Olivia Attwood ‘back with Bradley Dack less than 24 hours after splitting’
Less than 24 hours after publicly dumping her boyfriend Bradley Dack, former Love Islander Olivia Attwood it is claimed to have returned to the footballer.
It has been some week for the pair, as they had originally 'split' just days after Bradley had gifted Olivia a £94,000 Range Rover.
The 27-year-old Love Island star had brought an end to her romance with Bradley on Saturday, writing on her Instagram story: "Just to put any speculation to bed. Brad and I are no longer in a relationship."
Olivia had been outraged at the idea that the 25-year-old footballer had 'bought her' with the expensive gift, but she shot that down by raging on Instagram.
She wrote: "One more thing to clear up. No one bought me a Range Rover. I have my own car I bought MYSELF."
Now a source has told The Sun that it's back on and Olivia and Bradley are back together after just hours apart.
A source said: "They broke up in the midst of a huge row but neither of them wanted their relationship to end for good.
“A few days have gone by and they’ve managed to resolve their issues – they’re still living together and everything has gone back to normal."
The hastiness of the announcement has been blamed on Olivia 'making a mistake' in saying that they had broken up too soon.
They've now "had a chance to calm down,” and her feeling are completely different from a day or so ago.
The pair had dated before Olivia had a stint in the Love Island villa during the summer of 2017, where she met Chris Hughes but despite leaving the island together, they soon split as rumours were about that Olivia has rekindled her romance with Brad.
Before 'splitting' at the weekend, they has previously declared that they planned to tie-the-knot after years of on-off dating.
She has even made the ultimate declaration of love to Brad by having his football shirt number, 23, tattooed on her – the number being the same as the one he sports on his football shirts.
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