LOVE Island star Amy Hart revealed that she has a handsome new boyfriend saying "good things come to those who wait".
The 28-year-old star, who previously admitted that she had never had a boyfriend, took to social media to share the happy news.
The TV beauty posted a loved-up snap of her new beau, Amy looked stunning in a gold mini-dress and a pair of strappy heels.
Amy's dashing boyfriend stared adoringly at the reality star, while Amy tenderly rested her hand on his chest.
The blonde beauty beamed as the pair locked eyes with one another, as they enjoyed an evening out together.
Wearing a crisp white shirt, black bowtie and braces, the mystery man looked handsome for the glamorous event.
In a second photo, Amy and the bearded hunk posed for a smiling pic close-up.
Amy announced her new romance, writing: "Good things come to those who wait 😍💖🥂."
She also tweeted: "Only gone and got myself a bloody boyfriend 😍."
The reality babe was flooded with touching comments, Love Island star Anna Vakili wrote: "Yayyy❤️❤️❤️ so happy for you."
Yewanda Biala posted: "Been waiting for this announcement! So happy for you both 😍❤️."
Celebs Go Dating coach Anna Williamson simply shared a love heart emoji.
Earlier this year, Amy revealed that she had frozen her eggs.
She says: “I have always wanted kids and can’t see myself ever not having them. That is why I wanted to freeze my eggs now, while they are still young and healthy.
“When my first two attempts failed, it sent me into a panic about whether to do IVF and have a baby immediately, because the freezing was not working. I felt uncertain about what was going to happen if I went for the third round and it didn’t work.”
Amy, who was coupled up with dancer Curtis Pritchard on Love Island 2019 before he dumped her for Maura Higgins, had gone for fertility checks in January last year and been told her level was low.
But the former air stewardess says: “I dreamt of having a family from a young age. I am so maternal, I love kids and so I didn’t want this to get in the way of it.”
Early menopause runs in her family, with mum Sue, 51, aunt Jane, 53, and nan Doreen, 75, having all gone through it in their early forties.
So after speaking to her mum, Amy finally decided to fork out another £1,500 for round three of egg-freezing.
She said: “For four weeks (before the treatment) I didn’t have fizzy drinks or alcohol, and I was working out and kept mobile. The procedure involves collecting eggs, freezing them and thawing them when you want to use them for fertility treatment.
“I had hormone injections for two weeks, which stimulate the ovaries to produce multiple eggs in one cycle.”
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