Dani Dyer has been seen for the first time since her split from her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence.
The former Love Island star looked in high spirits as she headed out of her grandparents’ house with her nan.
She had been seen arriving with an overnight bag and some bags of rubbish.
Donning a casual look, the 24-year-old looked deep in conversation with her grandmother Christine as the pair of them took a stroll.
She later revealed that they’d been to the pub, writing on Instagram: ‘Nan took me for one beer and now I could happily sit down the pub all day.’
You and us both, girl.
Dani recently confirmed her split from boyfriend Sammy, who she dated after breaking up with fellow Love Island winner Jack Fincham last year.
She is now said to have unfollowed Sammy from Instagram while untagging him from photos.
Reps for the reality TV star confirmed the split to Metro.co.uk, while a source added to The Sun: ‘Dani was besotted with Sammy and they were madly in love but recently their relationship has become more like a nightmare.
‘And over a period of weeks tensions between Dani and Sammy reached boiling point.
‘When they started dating again last year some of Dani’s mates warned her about getting back with Sammy because of his reputation.’
They added: ‘She decided it was best for her to just end it. She was sick of the drama and had enough of the fighting.’
Another insider told the Mail Online: ‘Dani has called time on things. Sam’s impending court case put a lot of strain on their relationship.’
In February, Sammy appeared in court accused of conning two victims aged 80 and 90 out of £34,000 by posing as a financial investor.
The 23-year-old businessman, from Raleigh, Essex, denied two charges at Portsmouth Crown Court. His trial is expected to start in June.
Jack, meanwhile, recently welcomed his baby girl Blossom with his friend Casey Ranger, although he’s ruled out romance between the pair of them.
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