Caroline Flack has confirmed her relationship with 'Celebrity Big Brother' star Andrew Brady is getting serious.
The 'Love Island' presenter and the 27-year-old former 'Apprentice' contestant have cemented their romance with a loved-up selfie over a romantic dinner.
In a caption on the Instagram picture, Caroline, 38, joked: "Having tried to get rid of him for a while he's kinda just sticking around now ... (sic)"
The pair were rumoured to have struck up a relationship soon after Andrew left the 'Big Brother' house in January, but dated in secret until last week when they confirmed their love very publicly on social media.
Caroline and Andrew both shared pictures of themselves passionately kissing in the snow on Facebook.
During his time in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house Andrew made headlines for his close friendship with Shane Janek, aka drag queen Courtney Act.
And while Shane admitted to having a crush on the former 'Apprentice' star, Andrew insisted his feelings were not reciprocated in that way, as "it's not a jigsaw that fits together."
Caroline has previously been linked to Prince Harry, Olly Murs and Harry Styles.
Last summer she was rumoured to be dating Love Island's Mike 'Muggy Mike' Thalassitis.
The reality TV star dropped a huge hint at the time - although never confirmed it - when he shared a photograph on Instagram of him nestled up to Caroline at a party.
He captioned the pic: "Who really won Love Island (sic)"
While she's had a number of failed romances in the past, Caroline is adamant she doesn't regret any relationships she's experienced over the years.
She said: "I wouldn't change a single thing I've done. And I don't regret any relationship because I've learnt from everything that's happened to me ... I'm not a glossy, glamorous person who never puts a foot wrong and I think that's what the people who like me see in me.
"I don't see myself as a brand who only does certain things or hangs out with certain people. I'm a normal woman who makes mistakes and isn't perfect - I don't believe in anyone who seems to be perfect. I definitely used to be dependent on men, but that has changed as I've got older. I'm a single woman and I think that's a very powerful thing."
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