Caroline Flack may have spent the summer watching as fit youngsters cavort around her in the Love Island villa – and now she's determined to sprinkle a little romance into her own life.
The 39-year-old TV spent the weekend in the arms of new boyfriend Lewis Burton, a former professional tennis player and now male model, and was only too keen to brag about her romantic break on Instagram .
She shared a snap of herself planting a kiss on Lewis' cheek in the back of a private car as they made their way home after their quick break – and Cazza was practically glowing.
Wearing a casual denim shirt underneath a jumper, Caroline let her long blonde hair hang loose as she donned a pair of aviator shades for the sweet smooch.
Lewis smized into the camera as his new girlfriend got all PDA up in his grill.
The pair have been casually dating since Caroline arrived home from Majorca in the wake of Love Island, and have been spotted on a handful of dates in London.
They went Instagram official earlier this month when Cazza posted a snap of them cosying up together on her account, illustrating it with a white heart drawn over them.
At 27, Lewis may be 12 years younger than his new lady-love, but that's not holding them back from getting to know each other more.
They were introduced by mutual mates earlier this summer and seem to have hit it off, with Caroline particularly enjoying his gentlemanly ways.
It comes after she confessed she's worried about running out of time to have kids as she nears the big 4-0 this November.
"I've kind of always put work first. Wake up in the morning, go to work, come home — just like my boyfriend has," she told Kathy Burke's All Woman show.
"I'm scared it's going to get too late where I've wanted to go, 'Right, maybe slow down, think about having kids and maybe think about settling down,' but I've never had that.
"I feel guilty for it sometimes, I feel like maybe I'm being selfish," she explained.
But she made it clear she doesn't think she needs a man to make her life complete, adding: "When you're on your own, you're more powerful because you're not relying on someone else.
"So it's actually more of a powerful thing to be single.
"And when you're single and happy, that is when you feel at your best."
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