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Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear put on united front after split

Love Island stars also came out for the occasion, with Olivia Attwood and Chris Hughes among the couples at the bash.

Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear put on a united front at an event in London on Thursday night (31Aug17), just weeks after splitting for the umpteenth time.

The Just Tattoo of Us stars have been hitting headlines in recent months due to the on-off nature of their relationship. While the romance appeared to have initially ended when Charlotte posted a series of Snapchat videos in which she told fans that she and Stephen had broken up, before returning to social media the next day to apologise and admit she'd been drunk and upset after a row with her beau.

Then, last month, Stephen announced on Twitter that he and Charlotte had called time on their romance, writing: "Sadly me and Charlotte have split up. We have had a good run but we wasn't right for each other (sic)."

It was reported at the time that he was unhappy with the way Charlotte had responded to the news that her ex Gary Beadle is set to become a father for the first time, breaking down in tears on live television when asked about the situation.

He was also apparently annoyed with his girlfriend for going out partying with Jeremy McConnell when she launched her Easilocks make-up range in Ireland.

Despite Charlotte reportedly being entirely blindsided by Stephen's break-up tweet, the couple soon worked through their differences, and were seen for the first time since their brief split as they attended the launch of the new VOXI mobile phone in east London.

The duo were among a host of reality TV pairs in attendance, including Love Island's Chris Hughes and Olivia Attwood and Camilla Thurlow and Jamie Jewitt, and The Only Way is Essex couple Megan McKenna and Pete Wicks.

Celebrity Big Brother's Paul Danan and Amelia Lily also made an appearance at the bash, which saw Liam Payne perform, but are believed to have attended solely as friends.

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