Gemma Collins has had a turbulent relationship with her ex James Argent that has often played out in the public eye, but now it looks like the business mogul has finally moved on and is getting back with her ex-fiancé Rami Hawash.
Before the couple split in 2014, Gemma, 40, was engaged to Rami, 45.
According to reports, the TOWIE star has been seeing Rami secretly for six months after they decided to rekindle their romance.
Since Rami and Gemma went their separate ways, the businessman became a father to now three-year-old son, Tristan.
Talking to Daily Mail about the romance, a source said: "Gemma has been seeing Rami again in secret for the last six months.
"The pair have enjoyed spending time together and getting reacquainted during date nights in London and Essex.
"Gemma suffered a lot of stress and trauma during her relationship with Arg, which has been on and off for years – but she's finally putting herself first and moving forward with her life."
Though the pair have reunited more recently, this is not the first time the Essex babe has given her ex Rami another chance.
Rami first proposed to Gemma in 2013, but The GC decided to call the engagement off after four weeks later.
But in 2017, Gemma was spotted wearing the same engagement ring that Rami proposed to her with.
At the time, sources claimed that Gemma was ready to start a family with her beau Rami, as she has always longed to have children.
Gemma rose to fame alongside her ex James "Arg" Argent on ITV2’s The Only Way is Essex and their up and down relationship has been showcased in earlier series.
Arg, who openly confessed that he was addicted to cocaine, alcohol and food, received support from Gemma who tried to help him through his situation.
Recently the blonde beauty spoke candidly about the star’s illness: "I've been where you are, you want to help and you believe them but once cocaine and addiction grabs hold of someone, you are powerless to do it.
"You are not the professional, I've been there myself and it's going to really break your heart.
She continued: "I've seen it, I've been there, I've got the T-shirt and I found it too distressing and impacting on my own life.
"I have been in this position myself, it will destroy lives, it will rip through your family, it will rip through your friendship groups, it is a really awful situation.
"I look back now and I did it from love but it really can break your heart in the end."
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