Jamie Laing and Frankie Gaff are back together
- Bang Showbiz
- 3 June 2016
Jamie Laing and Frankie Gaff have got back together after splitting recently over his alleged infidelity
Jamie Laing and Frankie Gaff are back together.
The 'Made in Chelsea' star, who has been embroiled in an on-off relationship with the show newcomer for the past few weeks, has admitted the pair are "still dating", despite Frankie calling it a day on Monday's episode (03.06.16) following Jamie's shock confession he cheated on a recent ski trip with co-star Alex Mytton.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz about his romance with the blonde beauty, he said: "I am still dating Frankie. So obviously at the moment it's a tricky situation because of a lot of different things, but I'm hoping it's all going to work itself out with all these sort of situations.
"Going out with someone and having someone there that I can hang out with that actually is the coolest thing, so hopefully it is going to work out."
Despite rekindling their love affair, the 21-year-old beauty can't forgive the Candy Kittens founder for his wandering eye and isn't happy with his recent infidelity.
He explained: "She's not too happy with me."
And the heartthrob has admitted having a relationship on the E4 show makes it difficult for arguments to blow over, and is the reason why feuds continue to resurface.
He said: "The hard thing about the show is that we all have to all sit down and watch it together and lots of people don't see what happens. You know they don't really know what's happened until they watch it on camera so you then start fighting about it all again. So normally if you have an argument with somebody or something happens then you kind of pass it and get over it but our ones on television you have to relive it again, so it's really disastrous sometimes."
However, Jamie has revealed his romance with Frankie will be confirmed when they start posting pictures on social media of their date nights and the swanky restaurants he wines and dines her with.
Speaking previously, he said: "The time that you see me and Frankie take a picture of ourselves and some food, that's the moment you know that we're on! That's when you know it's got so serious."
Jamie is currently supporting the #MalibuSummerFridays campaign, encouraging bosses to let workers finish at 3pm on Fridays to enjoy the sunshine www.malibusummerfridays.com .