So the hive i split and swarmed had 10 queen cells in it all hatched and for some reason on survived.
Sounds like the possibility of multiple new queens. A hive will often swarm and then throw after swarms. I had a hive of Russian descendant my first year that threw swarm after swarm. Just the bees I guess.
As said above wait and check for eggs. If the new queen was left and not the purchased queen, the wait may be longer.
Virgin and new queens are hard to spot. Heck, queens are sometimes hard to spot in a populous hive anyway. I have been lucky --- the new queens I find are often in less populous hives. Look for a queen that looks as if she has a huge head and thorax and smaller than usual abdomen for a queen. Mine also seem to look a little runny and unsettled on the comb. But take that for what it is worth, just a personal observation.