Love Island's Wes Nelson and Arabella Chi have reportedly been spotted for a second time on what appears to be a romantic date at a pizza restaurant in London.
Model Arabella, 28, had just jetted back from a work trip to Mallorca and was quick to reunite with Wes, 21 as soon as she hit UK soil.
An onlooker told the Daily Mail : "They couldn't keep their hands off each other."
"They kissed several times in front of their fellow diners. It looked like they were an official couple – they certainly weren't hiding away!"
Arabella and Wes had previously been on a date and really hit it off. According to a source: "They have a lot in common after being on Love Island and both loving fitness."
Staffordshire born, Wes, is obsessed with keeping trim and was recently branded "too vanilla in the bedroom" by his ex-girlfriend and fellow Love Island star, Megan Barton-Hanson.
But that hasn't deterred Arabella from the young hunk.
"Wes and Arabella are each other's types and they have great chemistry," a close source revealed.
"It's really early days but there's undoubtedly a natural connection between them."
Arabella rocked the boat in the Love Island villa when she caught the attention of Danny Williams, 24, who was later coupled with Yewande Biala, 23, at the time.
Shortly after Arabella made her entrance to the villa, Danny swiftly ditched Yewande, to be with the blonde bombshell.
Sadly for Danny, Arabella was voted off just days later. Well, not that sad, as he rapidly moved on to Jourdan Raine, 24, when she was introduced to the villa.
Danny and Jourdan have also remained together after being dumped from the Island and have recently introduced their families to each other.
Danny claims he has kindly tried to reach out to his former flames to make amends but to no avail.
"I've reached out to both Arabella and Yewande, but not had a response from them" he told Lorraine Kelly.
No surprise there then, Danny?
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