Caroline Flack ‘couldn’t care less’ about past failed relationships after going public with new boyfriend


Love Island host Caroline Flack is said to have found a new sense of “power” following a heartbreaking split from former fiancé Andrew Brady.

Last month Caroline, 39, went public with her new boyfriend, tennis champ, Lewis Burton, but vowed not to let her past romances stop her from starting fresh.

Caroline was said to have been dating rugby star Danny Cipriani before making things official with Lewis, just one year after her split from Andrew, but is now head-over-heels for the model.

A source told new! magazine: “Caroline feels like she has found her power. She is so much tougher now than she was after her relationship imploded with Andrew last year.



Caroline Flack
Caroline Flack has gone public with new boyfriend Lewis Burton after splitting from Andrew Brady last year

“That was it for her – she put everything into hopes she would marry him and when it all went south, she decided, ‘No more!’”

The insider added: “She doesn’t believe every relationship has potential for a happy ending. She thinks that’s naive. Her pals aren’t worried she’s going to get hurt because her expectations are zero.”

Caroline is said to be smitten with tennis star turned model Lewis, with him even joining her for the Love Island final in Majorca last month.



Caroline Flack split from fiancé Andrew Brady after a turbulent relationship last year

A source told The Sun: “Caroline and Lewis were introduced through mutual friends and have really hit it off. They’ve been on several dates now and are getting on really well.

“Lewis has been a true gent to Caroline and has patiently waited to see her. She has been jetting back and forth between London and Majorca as she juggles her presenting commitments but they have been spending time together when they can.



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“They feel comfortable in each other’s company and it seems to be going in the right direction.”

Lewis is currently signed to Select Model Management after a career as a professional tennis player. He started his career at the age of seven and went on to play in the final of the boys’ doubles with George Morgan at Wimbledon in 2010.



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