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Jessica Wright 'amused by Ricky's engagement'

Published 08/07/2015

Ricky Rayment
Ricky Rayment

Jessica Wright apparently doesn't think Ricky Rayment and Marnie Simpson will last.

Former TOWIE star Ricky, who is Jessica's ex, surprised fans last month when he proposed to his Geordie Shore star girlfriend Marnie while they holidayed in Zante.

Jessica isn't too impressed with his antics but is shrugging things off as she doesn't think the pair, who only met in January, will make it down the aisle.

"He’s been flaunting his romance with Marnie in Jess’s face on social media and now he’s done this," a source told British magazine Now.

“[Jess has] been saying, ‘Good luck to him!’ laughing her head off, telling friends it’s never going to last and that Ricky doesn’t have a clue what he wants."

Jessica's friends reveal that the situation is bothering her though, especially as 25-year-old Ricky was apparently talking to her about marriage and their long term plans together.

“Jess knows that she and Ricky weren’t right, but it’s still a pretty cruel blow that he’s moved on so quickly,” the insider explained.

As well as flaunting their relationship in front of Jessica, the lovebirds often take to Twitter to post about their romance.

However it's not all been good times for the pair, with 22-year-old Marnie recently slammed for inhaling laughing gas.

The TV star uploaded a shot of herself sucking on a balloon filled with nitrous oxide with the caption "naughty" after last weekend's Wireless festival.

Her rep was quick to state how sorry she was for her actions, and that the incident was a one off.

"Marnie wasn’t aware of the dangers of nitrous oxide, although she now is and deeply regrets using it on this one occasion," her spokesman said.

“She advises anyone considering using laughing gas to read about the dangers on the Frank website.”

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