Scarlett Moffatt is showing no signs of a heartache! The Gogglebox star, who recently confirmed the end of her relationship with long-term boyfriend Luke Crodden, decided to toast single life with some champagne and a fine dining experience this week. Taking to her social media pages on Monday, the 26-year-old took the opportunity to wish herself a happy Valentine's Day. In the caption, she wrote: "Happy Valentine's Eve (to me love from me)."
The following day, Scarlett uploaded a picture of a pink love-heart with the words "Girl Power" emblazoned across it. Alongside it, she gushed: "Happy Valentine's Day to all my queens." Earlier this month, the I'm A Celebrity winner ended her romance with Luke after a year of dating, her representative confirmed to HELLO! Online. The popular TV star was said to be "sad" but a source confirmed to the Sun that there was no animosity between the former couple, adding that Scarlett hopes to remain friends with her ex. Just days prior to the split the newsly-svelte reality star took Luke as her date at this year's National Television Awards, which she co-hosted.
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Scarlett first met Luke four years ago but they didn't start dating until April last year, and just a few months later the pair relocated to London from Newcastle and they moved in together. Over the past year, the TV personality has been busy working on her new fitness DVD and has since dropped a dramatic three stone in just six months. Speaking recently to New magazine, Scarlett praised her then-boyfriend for all his encouragement. She explained: "My boyfriend is super-fit so it's quite good having him on side because he’s quite motivated. I've got no excuse now!"
PICTURES: See Scarlett's incredible transformation
"I must admit, I was a proper exercise avoider, which is weird for me, because up until five years ago I was a keen ballroom dancer and was really into fitness," she added. "But as soon as I stopped I just piled the weight back on, and to be honest I was in denial about the changes my body had [gone] through. I couldn't face up to my weight either, so when I did, it was a bit emotional."