It’s ON: Dani Dyer has gone Instagram official with her new fella

Dani Dyer is all loved-up – and it ain't with her fellow Love Island winner Jack Fincham.

The 23-year-old has gone as official as you can in 2019 and uploaded a snap of her new boyfriend to social media.

The man in question is Sammy Kimmence, who she was pictured in the midst of a PDA not so long ago.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Sammy Kimmence (@sk__2796) on

It came literally minutes (ok not minutes – but it felt like it) after she and her Love Island co-star Jack called it a day after ten months together.

Dani and her boyf are on holiday together with friends and she took to Instagram Stories to post a snap of Sammy captioned with several love hearts.

Sammy also uploaded a picture of the pair cuddled up on the beach.

He wrote, ''Windswept that’s why she’s smiling…''

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by ♡ Dani Dyer ♡ (@danidyerxx) on

The couple have dated before – for a year before she went on Love Island last summer – and people think he's a bit fame-hungry now that Dani's a bit of a nation's sweetheart.

According to The Sun, ''Sammy has the gift of the gab – he does well at work and makes good money. The only reason he’s reconnected with Dani is that she has a lot going for her at the moment – she has money, a clothing range and endorsement deals, he will feel like he’s hit the jackpot.''

Hmmm, we're not sure we like the sound of him but sure look, she looks happy so who are to judge?

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