Hugo Taylor's relationship with Millie Mackintosh is "going brilliantly".
The 30-year-old reality star rekindled his romance with the 27-year-old beauty earlier this year following her split from husband Professor Green, and though she wasn't by his side when he attended a party on Tuesday (20.09.16) evening, Hugo insists things are great between them
He told MailOnline: "Everything is going brilliantly. She won't be here tonight, she's preparing for a new show and is chained to her desk."
But it seems as though the pair could end up spending more time apart, as they both have new TV projects on the cards. Hugo has recently been filming across the UK for a show coming out in December which he says was "rewarding" and the "hardest thing" he's ever done.
He said: "I've got a new endurance reality show coming out in December with Lucy Mecklenburgh. We trained all over the UK, sometimes in 30-degree heat. It was very rewarding and the hardest thing I've ever done."
Meanwhile Millie said previously that she was "very happy" with Hugo.
She said: "I'm great. He's great. I'm very happy, that's all I can say."
Millie's ex-husband recently released a new song, 'Back on the Market', which seemingly dealt with their split.
Professor Green's track is littered with "C-words" and features the lyric "I don't miss any x's", seemingly a reference to Millie, and he also raps that he's now "having a party ... Like Jamie Vardy".
Green - real name Stephen Manderson - also boasts that he's back to "p**s on your parade" and to "ruffle feathers", while he also takes aim at his former record label Virgin in the song spitting: "Virgin ain't the label that pays me."
The 'Just Be Good To Green' hitmaker had previously vowed to keep a "dignified silence" in the wake of the separation.
He said: "You know what I think the best approach with any matter that personal is a dignified silence when there is another party involved. I never intended to monetise my relationship."
Now though, the rapper has confirmed that his new music will feature details about his relationship with Millie.
Asked if Millie would be unhappy with the lyrical content of his forthcoming LP, Green replied: "I think that can be assumed. But I'm not worried about that.
"People assume they know me and they know the box I fit into but I grew up rapping a totally different way. I hope people will let me release the music and the style that I want. I'm not going to be nice just to sell records."