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Charlotte Crosby: My relationship’s fine

Published 09/07/2015

Charlotte Crosby
Charlotte Crosby

Charlotte Crosby has put moving in with Mitch Jenkins on hold as she’s so busy with work.

The Geordie Shore star confirmed her split with Mitch in September, after he dumped her by text, but they reconciled following her slim down at the start of the year.

The pair have delayed buying a house together in London because of work commitments, but despite that all is well.

“There’s no trouble, we’re stronger than ever,” Charlotte told Now magazine.

“We’ve put moving in together on hold at the minute because I’m so busy. I’ve got a two week book tour coming up – and then I have other projects I need to get working on. It’s just not the right time to be juggling that with going to look at different houses as well.”

Charlotte’s autobiography Me Me Me hits shelves on July 16.

The 25-year-old isn’t just busy with work though, she’s also been planning a romantic surprise for Mitch’s birthday – though she doesn’t know what.

“I haven’t got a clue what I’m going to get him yet – for my birthday he was really good and took him to a spa and bought us a lovely watch. So I need to make it up to him!” she smiled.

Since getting back together the pair has been going strong, with Charlotte even getting the letter M tattooed on the back of her arm.

However she is realistic when it comes to love, and recently admitted that they need to see each other more.

“We need to spend more time together to be able to say things are amazing. But it's fine,” she told Star magazine.

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