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Lily Collins reunites with ex

Published 27/05/2015

Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell-Bower
Lily Collins and Jamie Campbell-Bower

Lily Collins has rekindled her romance with Jamie Campbell-Bower.

The Love, Rosie actress made the statement in a gushing Instagram post as she confirmed that she had reunited with ex-boyfriend Jamie Campbell-Bower. If the caption wasn’t enough, the image of the two sharing a tender embrace left no doubt that they were back together.

“Life works in mysterious ways but when you find your inner glow is back and shining brighter, you know it's right...(sic)” she wrote on Wednesday on the social media site.

The shot saw the 26-year-old sharing a sweet kiss with her beau, who sported aviator shades. Lily also shared a second picture, where Jamie, 26, can be seen kissing her cheek as she looked directly at the camera.

“Happy is what happy does. 50 shades of blush #cloud9ispinkright?...(sic)” she captioned it.

The couple starred together in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones. They confirmed their relationship in July 2012 but they unfortunately went their separate ways in August 2013. Recently it had been rumoured that she was dating Captain America actor Chris Evans.

But the beauty hinted that things were back on between her and Jamie earlier in the week when she posted another two photographs to her Who Say page of them together.

“Sometimes it just is what it is...(sic)” she wrote alongside an image of them with their heads together as they pulled funny faces; Lily sticking her tongue out and Jamie pouting.

“And what it is, is something quite beautiful...(sic)” she added on the next image, which saw her smiling shyly while the Twilight actor posed open mouthed with his tongue out.

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