EXCLUSIVE! Sam Faiers tells Now her and Joey Essex are giving their romance another shot
The loveable TOWIE couple has decided to give their relationship another shot after their shock split earlier this month – and Sam confirmed to Now today: ‘Joey and I still love each other.’
The couple reunited after their sudden break-up where Joey jetted back from Sam‘s sister Billie Faier’s engagement in Spain by himself. At the time Sam confided in us: ‘It’s obviously early days. We’ve had a bit of a tricky time recently. But we do love each other so it’s onwards and upwards.’
Sam, 23, and Joey were back together today to promote new delivery service Doddle – and we got an inkling the chemistry between them was more than just a charade for the cameras.
In a video for the brand Joey lovingly calls Sam ‘Sausage,’ before gifting her with a teddy bear.
‘We didn’t think they’d keep that bit in,’ Sam blushed.
of their chemistry, she said: ‘Yes, of course. I mean, it was really
nice to work together. Our schedule is always so busy with Joey always traveling around the country. So it was really nice to do this today.’
She’s clearly still loved up with her man – fashionista Sam even gave him the thumbs up for his new hairdo: a horrible bun, complete with a bobble.
said: ‘I think it suits him. He’s growing his hair out and not quite
sure what he’s going to do with it yet so sticks it up in a top knot. I
like it. I think it’s quite trendy.’
Sam and Joey have been together for three years but it’s not the first time they’ve split up.
They rekindled their relationship in March after splitting in June last year. But then broke up again earlier this month after a series of arguments.
Joey, 24, called time on the romance while celebrating Billie’s engagement to Greg Shepherd on their sunshine break.
All seems to be hunky dory again now though. Joey tweeted he was ‘Proper excited to launch @Doddle today with @SamanthaFaiers!’.
Now we know why . . .
* Sam Faiers and Joey Essex opened the doors to new retailer Doddle: brand new shops in and around train stations across the country for online shoppers to collect, send and return parcels. Shops are open early until late seven days a week and people can sign up for free at www.idoddle.it/register