Eight months after getting back together, on-off couple Charlotte Crosby and Mitch Jenkins have called it quits. And speaking to reporters this week, Charlotte says things are over once and for all this time.
"I haven't announced it England yet, but we've split up," the Geordie Shore star told Australian radio station Hit 92.9. "I just need to cool things off, so I got back from Greece and I finished things and we haven't been back together ever since. I think that's it now."
Charlotte and Mitch originally split last November, but reunited in early January, much to the disappointment of many of Charlotte's fans who felt the couple's rocky past was a sign that they should stay apart.
And now it seems Charlotte has listened to their advice, as she admits she got cold feet about a long-term future with her man. "Me and Mitch were supposed to be moving in together and I was going to move down to London with him and I then realised that wasn't the place I wanted to be, and I didn't want to leave my mum and I didn't want to leave my family and I think the commitment made us take a couple of steps back," she explained.
"I thought is this really going to work and is this really what I want for the rest of my life?"
Whatever happened, we hope nobody ended things by text this time around. After her first split from Mitch back in November, a devastated Charlotte revealed that her boyfriend of 18 months had ended things with a single text message.
"I was meant to be calling him at 9pm. And I just got a message on my phone saying ‘Charlotte, it’s obvious you don’t want to be with me anymore, so i’ll just cut the bullsh** and I’ll finish things now."
As for the 'M' tattoo which was the result of a drunken night out back in February, the newly single 25-year-old says she plans on having it removed as she "didn't like it anyway."
Speaking about her new inking earlier this year, Charlotte said it was definitely a "regret," adding, "I was still a bit p****d from the night before and was trying to show off."
Wonder what she'll get instead?