It comes as the double-dumping, which kicked off on Monday night, will continue into tonight's episode - with the Islanders having to decide which of the final two couples should go home.
According to The Sun, Hart told producers that she wanted to quit the ITV show after her "half-boyfriend" Pritchard broke up with her.
Fellow contestant Maura then expressed her interest in Curtis.
Fresh from the drama of last night's Love Island results which saw one couple leave the villa, two newbies are set to drop in.
While those earlier rumours have been confirmed to be untrue, it seems Hart has now changed her mind and left the villa for good.
On Wednesday morning Amy's official Instagram account, managed by a friend, shared a message congratulating her on her "brave and selfless" decision.
"I was myself, I was brutally honest", she said. I told her I would support her. "I'm here for it all. the love, the relationships, the re-coupling.bring it on", Vandenberg said in a statement. "I knew that from the beginning!"
Oh, and here's what Kyra herself said about the guy she chose: "What attracted me to this boy was the fact that I think he's truly himself and he doesn't care what other people think".
"Realistically for me, I'm not going to be ready in the next three weeks to meet someone else". Such a attractive, thoughtful thing to do by the most handsome person I know.
"That's why I love you so much and that's why I want you to be happy".
"I guess you just have to go with how you feel". Love Island bosses had chose to step in and temporarily remove her after Curtis said his head had been turned in Casa Amor. She also needs a bit of imagination.
Viewers have now put two and two together and concluding that the fellow islanders must have kicked out Lucie and George, as Amy chose to leave on her own terms.
Ian and his wife Sue had previously backed Amy's decision to appear on "Love Island".
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