The Only Way Is Essex legend Lauren Goodger is reported to be dating Katie Price' s ex Charles Dury.
The reality TV beauty, 34. took to Instagram to share a string of snaps of the star with her fans online.
In one shot posted to her Instagram story, Lauren can be seen in bed with the buff lad.
Initially teasing her supporters, the buxom babe covered Charles' face with a heart emoji.
She captioned the post: "Cuddles?"
However, despite Lauren keeping things under-wraps, Charles later gave the game away by posting a selfie in her bedroom mirror.
Dressed in white socks and and boxers, Katie's former fling pouted up a storm as he snapped away.
After splitting with Katie, Charles famously lifted the lid on their turbulent relationship – telling The Sun how it was "anti-climatic".
"The whole expectation of her being Katie Price – this glamour model – you're thinking it's going to be amazing but then it's an anti-climax," he said.
"I can't say zero, can I? I'd give her a one out of ten.
"She was a bit lazy, but then suddenly she would surprise you and jump on top."
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Last month Charles took a swipe at Katie after appearing in a music video with his mate.
In a not-so-subtle dig at Pricey, Charles help up a bag of KP nuts before mocking the starlet.
Charles previously hinted that Katie used Class A drug cocaine during their time together.
Earlier this year Katie, who has spoken frankly about substance abuse, passed her three month drugs and alcohol test following time in rehab.
Speaking in February 2019, Katie admitted she isn't proud of her cocaine use.
Katie said: "Last year, it was an awful year, I found out my mum was terminally ill, then that my husband at the time was cheating on me again.
"My horse died in front of my house, in South Africa I was held at gun point with my children Junior and Princess, then [Harvey] had a kidnap threat again and then I was divorcing my husband.
"I was self medicating on a drug, cocaine, I'm not proud of it.
"I've never been up that track before, I went to the doctor and it was the hardest thing ever to say 'I need help, I'm at breaking point."
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