Charlie Sims and Ferne McCann split 'forever'
'The Only Way is Essex' pair Charlie Sims and Ferne McCann have split "forever" following an emotional chat on last night's (16.10.13) 'TOWIE' episode
Charlie Sims and Ferne McCann have split up for good.
The 'Only Way is Essex' co-stars confirmed their break up on last night's (16.10.13) episode during which they had another row as the hunk went round to the blonde beauty's house to talk about their differences.
Towards the end of the emotional conversation, Ferne begged Charlie to stay and talk to her further before warning him: "If you walk out now that's it. Forever."
Charlie then stormed out of Ferne's house and the camera panned back to her weeping inconsolably.
Earlier in the conversation, Charlie - who admitted to Ferne recently in Las Vegas that he had slept with 20 women since splitting with her - apologised for his actions.
He said: "I'm really sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you."
While Ferne - who admitted to friend Gemma Collins on Sunday night's (13.10.13) show that she slept with Charlie in Vegas, despite his shocking revelation - insisted "actions speak louder than words" in her book, she seemed keen to take him back.
She said: "I don't want to be upset anymore. I'm feeling all this pain and you are the only person who can take this pain away."
But Charlie did not share her enthusiasm and declared their relationship over, saying: "I think at the moment this won't work and if we're meant to be together we'll come back together."
Meanwhile, Tom Pearce approached Mario Falcone during a night out for Little Chris' birthday to ensure everything was OK between the pair after he recently started dating the Italian hunk's former fiancée Lucy Mecklenburgh.
Tom explained he didn't want to fall out with Mario over his newfound romance, and the former 'Celebrity Big Brother' contestant replied: "As long as you look after her and treat her well, which I didn't, it's fine with me."
Later in the episode, Mario told Lauren Pope, who he has been dating, he doesn't think they should embark on a relationship for fear of ruining their friendship.
He explained: "I think we can have a good time as friends, as friends who fancy each other."