Caroline Flack holds hands with Bradley Simmonds as they leave a club together at 3am sparking dating rumours – The Sun

CAROLINE Flack has once again sparked rumours that she's dating her hunky personal trainer as they left a club together last night.

The Love Island host, 38, looked coy as she grabbed Bradley Simmonds' hand as they got into the same taxi after leaving private members' club Soho House in London at 3am.

Caroline wore a flirty yellow dress that bared plenty of cleavage for her night out.

Meanwhile, Bradley, 24, was casual in shorts and a T-shirt.

The amorous display comes after the pair spent the night cuddling up at Soho House Festival.

She let her hair down as she partied away from the drama of the villa.





Cosying up to his chest, Caroline couldn't stop smiling as they posted videos and pictures of their night out online.

They were also seen dancing with Louise Redknapp who is busy promoting her new single about her own love life.

Rumours have been rife that Caroline has been dating handsome PT Bradley.

But she has always insisted they're just close friends.





Speaking to Cosmopolitan: "Everyone keeps saying I’m dating him but I’m not.

"I wouldn’t want to ruin it because he’s the best thing.

"He’s the only constant in my life right now."

Caroline is in a happier place in her personal life after a tumultuous 2018.


She was broken-hearted after her on-off engagement to former Apprentice star Andrew Brady ended for good.

More recently she's been linked to rugby player Danny Cipriani.

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She's now dating someone new – but is keeping tight-lipped about who it is.

Caroline said: "[I’m] getting back on the horse. I’ve been dating and really enjoying it. I’ve decided to give people a chance, go and date and have some fun with it.

"There doesn’t always have to be an end-goal.”

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