Jessica Shears and Dom Lever aren't inviting Marcel Somerville to their wedding.
The "Love Island" couple - who struck up a romance after meeting inside the villa three months ago - have sparked rumours they've fallen out with the Blazin" Squad hunk after they failed to include him on the list of attendees for their big day.
Speaking to Cosmopolitan magazine, Dom said: "In regards to invites I suppose it's the people you get on with so, Kem [Cetinay], Amber [Davies], Chris [Hughes], Liv [Olivia Attwood, and Sam [Gowland], really..."
News that he and his girlfriend Gabby Allen - who also fell in love while taking part in the dating show over the summer - have not made the cut will no doubt cause tension as the blonde beauty recently expressed her excitement over their engagement.
Gabby said recently: "Every time I'm with Dom and Jess they are very much in love and it didn't surprise me if I'm honest but I was a bit like "oh".
"It's just one of those things, when you're in our situation things do move at a different pace and being in the villa and then coming out everything is fast-tracked almost.
"It doesn't mean they have to get married tomorrow. But if that was his way of proving to her and everyone else that he wants to be with her for the rest of his life then fair enough and the ring is great."
Jess and Dom sent shockwaves through the television world last month when they announced they'd got engaged following their turbulent whirlwind romance.
But fans won't miss out on the chance to see the couple get hitched as it's believed they're in talks with television companies about having their own wedding show.
A source said recently: "Jess and Dom couldn't be happier right now. They've now got their date set and they'll get married next summer.
"They're currently in talks with telly bosses to star in a "Newlyweds" show in the run-up to the big day. TV chiefs are really keen to nab the "first Love Island wedding" as it's a guaranteed viewing hit. And by time it airs, "Love Island" fever will have struck the nation all over again following the next series."