Stephanie Davis has gone public with her new relationship with Hollyoaks actor Owen Warner.
The 25-year-old actress has been dating her co-star Owen, 19, for a few weeks but the pair wanted to keep their romance under wraps until now. Its believed to be Stephanies first relationship since her split from Jeremy McConnell in 2017.
A rep for Stephanie has confirmed the pair are together, saying in a statement to The Mirror: They are in a relationship and they are very happy.
Ready to share their relationship with the world, Stephanie and Owen attended the Hollyoaks Christmas party together on Friday night and made it clear they were an item.
Owen, who plays Romeo Quinn in the Channel 4 soap, posted a video to his Instagram Stories of Stephanie singing karaoke at the party and captioned the clip: How is this my girl?
Its said that Stephanie and Owen fell for each other on-set of the soap after the actress reprised her role as Sinead OConnor earlier this year.
A source told The Sun: Steph and Owen became friends when she returned to Hollyoaks but in recent weeks its turned into a romance. Its well known among the cast that theyre dating but its very early days for them both.
The insider also claimed that Stephanie is apprehensive about sharing so much of her personal life after her turbulent relationship with Jeremy became headline news.
They said: Steph is being really cautious and has wanted to keep their relationship out of the public eye. They make a really nice couple and all of their friends and co-stars have been really supportive. Everyone just wants Steph to be happy.
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Stephanie and her former Celebrity Big Brother co-star Jeremy are parents to son Caben Albi and the actress recently admitted shed love to fall pregnant again.
The TV star admitted that she was feeling broody again, adding: I miss being pregnant more than anything – I want my big bump back. I dont necessarily want to be married first, but I need to be with the dad long enough so I know they arent going to run off and leave me.
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