Caroline Flack is ‘moving on’ with Love Island crew member following shock split with fiancé

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by Sophie Bronstein |
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The Love Island host is said to be dating a member of the crew from the show

Caroline Flack is said to be dating a crew member of Love Island, after her recent split with fiancé, Apprentice star Andrew Brady.

The show host has apparently been on a few dates with the crew member, but is trying to keep the blossoming relationship out of the public limelight.

A Love Island insider told the Daily Star: "Everyone's very protective of Caroline so this is being kept very quiet.

"She has decided to keep her private life private from here on in. But there's been a couple of dates with someone when she's been over here."

"Everyone is rooting for Caroline - I don't think there's a nicer woman in showbiz. No one deserves to find a nice guy more than her. Maybe the Love Island villa is the answer - or at least one of its crew!"

But, according to reports from OK!, the rumours are "100% not true" and the show host is still single.

Andrew and Caroline shared the news of their break-up with the world on social media, after getting engaged after just three months of dating each other.

Caroline released an official statement that read: "I'm sad to announce that Andrew and I have decided to part ways. Unfortunately it was not meant to be. I wish him all the best."

A source close to the star also added; "Caroline doesn't wish any ill on Andrew. She loved him and tried to protect him."

And apparently, Andrew had a meeting with the producers of Celebs Go Dating not long after the couple split.

He said: "I never comment on media speculation or stories, but in this instance, I feel it necessary to.

"Yes, I had a meeting with Celebs Go Dating after Caroline and I had separated. However, this was wrong."

"When someone has no money and nothing to lose they tend to do crazy, irrational things. I am ashamed and trying to move on with my life. Please would you respect mine and Caroline's privacy and not try and speculate on who said or did what."

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