Chris Hughes reveals he feels ‘NOTHING’ for ex Olivia Attwood after she rekindled her romance with Bradley Dack

The Love Island hunk confirms he is officially over Olivia but is convinced that she’s still struggling to let go of their relationship by continuing to post indirect tweets about him.

Their six-month romance came to an end two months ago with Olivia already going public with on-again boyfriend Bradley, who she previously denied having any feelings for.

And while Olivia has been seen in photos with Bradley on Instagram – Chris refuses to publicise any of his private life until the time is right.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun's Bizarre column Chris said: "I haven’t put anything out there or documented my emotions towards it because I don’t feel anything for Olivia anymore.

"I understand when people split up they still have feelings for each other but I don’t feel a thing for her – I’m enjoying being single. I’m happy.

“I don’t need to rub in my situation to anyone; I get no satisfaction out of that."

Their split was documented for the world to see on their reality show Crackin’ On, where the pair were both filmed in tears after deciding to end their Love Island romance.

And now Chris reckons that Olivia’s constant partying since their breakup may point towards her struggling to get over their relationship.

He added: “Who’s the one out of Olivia and me talking about it still? She’s the one still indirect tweeting.

“I don’t get worked up about it. It’s happened but I’m happy – I won’t let her work me up anymore.

"I’m dating at the moment – I am a nice guy. I’m enjoying being back at home, I am out of Surrey, I got rid of Surrey.

Chris and Kem Cetinay, who together took on the roles as ‘Braggage Handlers’ for First Choice, in Playa del Carmen, Mexico last week, have remained close pals since meeting on Love Island.

And Kem was first to agree that hitting the clubs post-breakup may not be the best way to get closure.

He said: "Chris and I genuinely don’t go out clubbing or drinking, it’s not something we have ever really been into. I was there to support him because I’ve been through it after Amber and I split.

"Going out to nightclubs isn’t the way to do it, people you meet in clubs aren’t going to help you along the way.

"You need your friends and family around you because that’s what’s going to clear your head."

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