Looks like Love Island's Dani Dyer has moved on after splitting from Jack Fincham 4 months ago

Looks like Love Island's Dani Dyer has moved on after splitting from Jack Fincham

It looks like Love Island's Dani Dyer has moved on after her split from Jack Fincham.

The pair, who rose to fame last summer in the ITV2 villa, announced their break-up earlier this month.

But she appears to have put their split behind her as she was spotted kissing a new love interest over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

In pictured obtained by The Sunthe 23-year-old can be seen kissing stockbroker Sammy Kimmence after a day out with friends in London.

 

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An onlooker said that the pair "made no secret of being back together" as they were out with pals.

They added:

“Dani couldn’t keep her hands off him and the feeling was clearly totally mutual – they kissed for ages before heading off as a group."

Dani and Sammy were together for "about a year" before she went into the Love Island villa last summer.

A source told the publication:

"They were together for about a year, but she never really got over him and they got back in touch quite quickly once she split from Jack.”

 

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Dani recently split from her boyfriend and Love Island co-winner, Jack Fincham.

The 26-year-old announced in an Instagram Story earlier this month that he and Dani had gone their separate ways.

He continued:

"We will always care a lot for each other and have love for each other and I mean that from the bottom of my heart and I wish her nothing but happiness.

"We have some amazing memories together and have been through a lot but sometimes things aren't meant to be and we really did try to make it work but it unfortunately it didn't and that is life.

"That's all I have to say, a break-up is heard enough as it is for both of us let alone in the public eye so I hope everyone is considerate and understands this."