Caroline Flack has been seen for the first time after her cosy night at the National Television Awards with AJ Pritchard – and she couldn’t any look happier.
The morning after, Flackers emerged from her London house with one huge smile on her face, appearing very pleased with her late night antics.
Hiding her eyes behind a pair of dark shades, the 39-year-old presenter emerged looked sprightly in a pair of mesh leggings and designer jumper.
While across the capital, 24-year-old AJ was also snapped flashing a wide grin for photographers as he left rehearsals for the Strictly Come Dancing tour.
The night before Caroline and AJ had been spotted in a passionate embrace at an NTA award after party.
Despite the 15-year-age gap, the pair had only eyes for each other as they cosied up to each other at the bar, whispering and touching each other’s arms.
According to an onlooker, they tried to get some privacy by sneaking to another quieter bar at the back of the party down from the DJ booth around midnight, but didn’t care who saw them as AJ wrapped his arm around her and playfully touched her bum.
After being disturbed by fans and friends they moved again to another bar at the after-party.
And by 12.30am they were all over each other, walking hand-in-hand they sought out the quietest corner and started snogging on a sofa hidden away from sight.
The pair then left around 1am and headed to the nearest taxi rank.
Caroline has a reputation for being something of a cougar having just ended an on-off relationship with former Apprentice hopeful 26-year-old Andrew Brady.
Before that she dated Harry Styles when he was 17 and she was 31.
She has previously defended her penchant for a younger chap, insisting there was nothing sinister about her brief romance with Harry when he was competing on the X Factor .
“I keep thinking, what have I done wrong? But I haven’t done anything wrong. What’s hard for me to get my head around is people saying it’s disgusting. I don’t think it is,” she said at the time.
"I feel like I shouldn’t have to worry about what I do. But it’s a social thing that people aren’t accepting of big age gaps. I know it’s human nature to gossip. But why say it’s bad? No one’s being hurt.”
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