MONTANA Brown has split with model boyfriend Elliot Reeder after nearly two years of dating.
The 24-year-old Love Island star went Instagram official with the hunk in February 2018 after meeting just two months prior – but have finally decided to call it quits with their relationship.
Montana Brown has split from model boyfriend who supported her through Mike Thalassitiss death
The reality star’s world came crumbling down in March last year when her Love Island pal Mike Thalassitis committed suicide.
During the tough time the TV personality revealed to The Sun Online that she was struggling to cope with all of the online abuse that she was receiving and had to start counselling to deal with the trolls.
Its been really difficult to be honest. Its hard when youre in the spotlight, because people see you happy on Instagram and theyre like why are you happy, are you not sad about Mike anymore?
Its been something thats been really difficult; Ive been getting quite a lot of hate about it which has been really, really upsetting.”
Elliot helped Montana deal with the loss of her close friend Mike
Mike and Montana formed a strong bond after meeting on Love Island
“Im looking to get some counselling, Im on the mend,” she added.
However, Elliot, who is signed to W Models Management, was a massive support system to the star as she came to terms with the death of her close friend.
He attended the reality star’s funeral hand in hand with Montana and visited Mike’s restaurant The Skillet soon after it opened with her.
As he helped his girlfriend come to terms with her loss, Elliot spoke out about mental health on his social media platform and said: “The biggest killer of men under 40 is suicide. Mental health aint no joke.”
The pair kept their relationship under wraps until Elliot went Instagram official with a saucy snap of the swimwear brand owner back in 2018.
“Merry Christmas @motanarosebrown1,” he captioned the post.
Despite their mutual interest in fitness and travelling the two have now called it a day and gone their separate ways.
Montana had no comment when contacted by The Sun Online.