So much for breaking things off!

After a very public declaration of her single status just before the New Year, Marnie Simpson doesn’t seem to have gotten the hang of a ‘break up’ – as she’s still been spending time with Lewis Bloor!

Despite claiming that they’d broken up, the Celebrity Big Brother lovers barely took a break from seeing each other, yet were hesitant to confirm that their romance was back on.

Until now – as Marnie’s revealed that they’ve moved into a new place together!

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The Geordie Shore babe wears her heart on her sleeve at all times, and she’s never been shy about her affections for Lewis. And after a month or so of them testing the waters, it looks as if they’ve settled their differences and are serious about building their future together.

‘Lewis and I have moved into a new flat in Buckhurst Hill in Essex. We didn’t really like where we were before,’ she writes in her Star magazine column.

‘We are literally attached at the hip right now – we’re like Siamese twins! We do everything together and he’s my best friend.’

There’s even a possibility that they’ll be jetting off on a last-minute, romantic Valentine’s getaway – and Marnie definitely has somewhere in mind.

‘Italy would be nice, as I’ve never been there before.’

Ahh, cute!

Selfie time for Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor (Photo: Instagram/marniegshore)

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Elsewhere, 24-year-old Marnie also offered her opinion on Stephanie Davis’ choice of baby name – last week, the ex-Hollyoaks actress revealed that she’d named her son ‘Caben-Albi’ after it came to her in a dream. It hasn’t gone down all too well with some folks, and Marnie’s included.

‘She should’ve just chosen Caben or Albi for the first name, not both together,’ she

‘Personally, I love the name Rio for a boy.’

Judging by the way her relationship with Lewis is going, we wouldn’t be surprised if we see a Rio Bloor sometime in the not-so-distant future…