Chloe Sims vows to keep Pete Wicks romance off screen after they're seen getting close again at NTAs

CHLOE Sims has vowed to keep her romance with Pete Wicks off screen – after they were spotted looking close again at the National Television Awards.

The 39-year-old and Pete, 32, were seen leaving the bash arm in arm last week, sparking speculation they might be giving things another go.

The pair shocked fans in October when their secret two-year romance was revealed, coming to a head in an explosive bust-up on the show's Christmas special.

But Chloe has decided that this time round she is going to do things differently – and stop talking about her love life.

She told The Sun:  “My status is single. I have chosen not to speak about my romantic private life.

“Anything before serious I would rather keep to myself. Because whenever I am open and honest it goes wrong. I am just keeping that part of my life separate.

“I have tried to do that in the past.”

She admitted she struggled with people’s reaction if her romance fails, adding:  “I feel like until you are in a commitment it isn’t worth sharing it because when it goes wrong I feel like people… people love your downfall.

“It is a lot of pressure. I would rather keep that stuff to myself. I share a lot of my life and that is enough.

 “I want to keep a little bit private.”

Chloe – who is Towie’s longest standing cast member now – is currently filming back alongside Pete.

Their romance came to a head last year in upsetting scenes and fans will no doubt be rooting for Chloe to get her happy ever after. 

Pete had ended things as he told Chloe at the time: "I can't be in a relationship, I can't give you what you want and I can't give you what you deserve and I know that."

Chloe walked off during filming, and months later Pete told The Sun that they still hadn't spoken – and she and half the Towie cast had unfollowed him on social media.

The mum-of-one had been left furious after Pete let slip that he'd been sleeping with his onscreen BFF on-and-off since 2018 during a couple's therapy session.

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