Emily Atack has stepped out with her new boyfriend for the first time.
The Inbetweeners actress and I'm A Celeb star was seen out and about with new man Joe Caro as they enjoyed a date together.
It's claimed Emily, 30, met Missguided social media exec Joe through mutual friends.
An insider said: "It’s early days between the pair but Emily loves how laid-back Cornishman Joe is.
“They share the same sense of humour and are both chilled out."
The source continued telling The Sun: "She’s super-busy with her career at the moment so is more than happy to take it slowly.”
Daily Star Online has contacted a representative of Emily for comment.
Emily has been single since splitting from film producer boyfriend Rob Jowers last September.
The star turned to online dating under quarantine rules before meeting Joe in the flesh.
However, she admitted it wasn't really for her.
Explaining, Emily said: “I had a couple of Zoom dates and realised I need the tactile vibes. I’ve got to have the physical connection.
“I spoke to a couple of pleasant people but Zoom dating ain’t for me.
“Once social distancing is over I’m straight back to the hugs and the physical chemistry you have with someone. You can’t beat it.”
Emily's past rumoured romances include Big Brother hunk Ziggy Lichman, One Direction's Harry Styles and McFly star Dougie Poynter, with the pair reportedly enjoying a 'friends with benefits' fling.
Blonde beauty Emily hit out at 'single-shamers' back in January after she had been flying solo for five months.
Writing to her 325,700 Instagram followers, she fumed that just become women aren't with a partner, it doesn't mean they have failed.
She wrote: "People constantly say to me 'How are you still single!?'
"I think they mean well and that’s cool. But being single shouldn’t be seen as negative!
"I became single by choice. Let’s stop making women feel like they’re failing if they aren’t in a relationship!"
She later posted another message, which read: "Let’s laugh with them, not at them. Let’s have a laugh at work, with women, at us."