Curtis Pritchard poses for cosy snap with ex Amy Hart after Maura split

Curtis Pritchard poses for cosy snap with ex Amy Hart after Maura split

They may not have found love with one another on Love Island but Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard put all bad blood behind them as they reunited.

Curtis, 24, famously dumped Amy, 27, while they both appeared on Love Island last summer, with the dancer going on to find love with Irish bombshell Maura Higgins.

Amy recently revealed that she had to seek therapy following her public dumping which saw her walk from the Majorca villa mid-season.

Despite being left heartbroken by her "half-boyfriend" Curtis perusing a romantic relationship so quickly, it seems as though the ex-flight attendant and dancer are now friends.

Reuniting for a cosy night on the tiles, the pair took to their social media pages as they beamed from ear-to-ear alongside one another.

Wearing a black leather jacket with a grey top, Curtis grinned as he cuddled up to his ex-girlfriend.

Posting his snap, Curtis wrote: "Good to see you x @amyhartxo".

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His former flame who was rocking a silky golden dress with gigantic heart earrings while sporting a huge grin wrote: "Nostalgia babes x @curtispritchard12".

Since their reunion, Amy has refollowed Curtis on Instagram and fans have now been left wondering if they will be seeing more of one another.

Curtis and Maura's romance came to an end in March this year, with reports since suggesting that Curtis has moved on with fellow dancer Amber Pierson.

Speaking to The Sun, Maura said: "It's kind of a kick in the teeth that I've been cheated on by my last two boyfriends, but I will be stronger for this.

"Everything happens for a reason and, to be honest, I wish him all the best.

"I'm in a good place now. It’s not nice to see but I'm fine."

It's believed that their relationship started to fizzle out when the former grid girl signed up to appear on Dancing on Ice in January.

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