Marnie Simpson splits with Lewis Bloor?
- Bang Showbiz
- 23 September 2016
Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor have reportedly split up
Marnie Simpson has hinted she's split with Lewis Bloor.
The 'Geordie Shore' beauty recently admitted her relationship with the personal trainer was proving harder than she thought it would, but it seems things have now come to a head as she shared a cryptic post on Twitter on Friday (23.09.16).
She simply wrote: "Real shame."
The message has now been deleted from her social networking site but Lewis proved all is not well between them when he shared a hard hitting Bob Marley quote on his Instagram account two hours after Marnie's cryptic post.
Alongside a photograph of the 24-year-old reality TV star in a purple satin bra and matching thong, the 26-year-old hunk wrote: "If she's amazing, she won't be easy. If she's easy, she won't be amazing. If she's worth it, you wont give up. If you give up, you're not worthy" - Bob Marley (sic)", alongside her name.
The couple only started dating earlier this summer and, despite declaring their love for one another inside the house, Marnie recently admitted she's struggling with their public relationship because there are so many rumours.
She said: "Things are still going well between me and Lewis, but I find out relationship really hard, if I'm honest. I want things to be as amazing as they were on 'CBB' but I was being unrealistic because it's so different outside.
"I want to keep things private, because I don't want to give people a reason to talk about us. I already get tweets when he's doing PAs. It's so stressful."
However, it's hardly surprising the couple are finding things difficult as they've only just spent their first weekend alone together since they left the infamous abode in August.
Marnie explained: "I've just got back from a romantic break in Barcelona with Lewis. We finally found a weekend when we could both get away, so we booked it last-minute.
"It was nice to escape and relax for a few days, just the two of us. It's just what we needed."