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Demi Sims and Francesca Farago have confirmed they’re dating with a series of loved-up posts on Instagram.
The couple took their relationship public on Saturday, sharing photos of them kissing while in Dubai.
Demi, 24, even got the seal of approval from her ex, Megan Barton-Hanson, who commented on the photos, writing: ‘Cuties’ along with a flame emoji.
Francesca, 27, also shared the same images as well as videos of her with Demi on her Instagram story.
Demi, who previously starred on Towie, also revealed the gifts Too Hot To Handle star Francesca had surprised her with, which included a giant teddy bear, a huge bunch of red roses and some Laurent Perrier champagne.
The lavish gifts were captioned: ‘I feel so lucky. Thankyou baby @FrancescaFarago’.
Demi also uploaded videos from their night out with friends, where the new loves couldn’t keep their eyes off one another, kissing for the camera.
Francesca had previously dated fellow Too Hot To Handle contestant Harry Jowsey, getting through to the final of the show, but the pair split shortly after the finale, got back together and got engaged during the show’s reunion special but ended up breaking it off again.
Demi and Megan had dated after meeting on Celebs Go Dating, but later split with Megan claiming they didn’t have ‘sexual chemistry’.
She has since dated Leonie McSorley, confirming their relationship in July but were last seen together in October.
Since Demi and Francesca went public, their celebrity friends were quick to congratulate them, with Georgia Steel writing: ‘So happy for you dems’.
Georgia Kousoulou added: ‘Cuteeeeeeeee’ while Demi’s sister Frankie Sims added: ‘Cuties’.
Francesca and Demi had sparked rumours of a romance after sharing flirty exchanges on Instagram.
Commenting on a bikini picture of Demi, Francesca wrote: ‘You’re perfect baby. Don’t do this to meeee’, to which Demi replied: ‘You’re mine baby.’
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