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James Hill is 'dating dream woman Jessica Wright'

Celebrity Big Brother winner James Hill are reportedly dating, after he stated the reality star was his "dream woman" in an interview.

Jessica Wright and Celebrity Big Brother winner James Hill are 'dating'.

The former Celebrity Big Brother winner, who first found fame on BBC show The Apprentice, previously said in an interview last September (15) The Only Way Is Essex beauty was his "dream woman".

Following his revelation, the pair were put in contact and their fledgling romance is said to be going incredibly well.

According to the Daily Mirror, James has been treating Jessica to dates at exclusive locations which has served to impress the pretty brunette.

"James and Jess are absolutely smitten with each other," a source told the publication. "They’ve been seeing a lot of each other and James has even come to Essex to meet Jess’ friends and family.

"This could be the real deal. She thinks he is gorgeous and was won over by the posh Claridges dates."

James won himself a host of female fans through his appearances on The Apprentice and Celebrity Big Brother. Following his victory on the Channel 5 reality show, James was asked about his romantic hopes for the future.

"I'm still looking for Mrs Hill. Has Jessica Wright got a boyfriend? She seems like my type of girl," he told Britain's OK! magazine. "Maybe Mrs Right could be Miss Wright?"

Following James' confession, Jessica admitted she could see the attraction, telling website Mail Online: "That was really sweet of him. He’s definitely a good looking guy. I didn’t really watch CBB, so I don’t know too much about him – except that he's been linked to a few girls.

"But I’ll have to have a little look online and check him out!"

Jessica has been single since splitting from Ricky Rayment in 2014 after two years together. Opening up recently about finding love, Jessica admitted she always finds herself concerned that men are only interested in her because of her fame.

"It can be hard to know if guys are being genuine or if they just want to get themselves on TV, so I try to avoid situations like that," she told OK! magazine. "I've had a few years of madness and now I feel like it's my time to find a nice guy."

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