Geordie Shore ’s Chloe Ferry sparked engagement rumours after flashing a huge diamond ring during her holiday with boyfriend, Johnny Wilbo, in Turkey.
The 26 year old took to her Instagram stories to reveal the news that the pair were unable to board their plane from Instanbul to LA after they failed to get the appropriate visas to enter the USA.
She wrote over the video that she was “devastated” that they were unable to fly to LA and announced that she was “going to get mortal” as she showed off her sparkling ring.
Chloe and Johnny have been dating since November, but their relationship appears to be going from strength to strength, with him recently getting a tattoo of her name in Arabic inked onto his neck.
Chloe shared the news with some loved-up snaps of the pair kissing and cuddling on Instagram, writing: "He got my name tattooed.”
Her fellow Geordie Shore alumna, Sophie Kasaei commented: "Oh he’s made the gram.”
Another wrote: "He looks like that guy out of 365 days in the new film what a beautiful couple.”
Someone else said: "OMGGGGG… Love him!!! @yesengin when you gonna do that for me??”
Chloe Ferry’s friend and former Celebs Go Dating co-star Wayne Lineker joked: "I’m not jealous at all Love you guys together”.
Chloe and O Beach Ibiza owner Wayne, 60, sparked their own engagement rumours in February 2021, after Wayne posted a snap of himself with Chloe, who was sporting a huge diamond ring on her engagement finger.
Alongside the photo, Wayne wrote: "She said YES! Love you @chloegshore1.”
Many of their follower suspected it was a prank, and Wayne and Chloe later admitted that it was, and that they were never engaged but were just “having a laugh” with the pictures.
It seems romance could have been on the cards at some point though, as in 2021, Wayne told The Sun: "Chloe and I are good friends.
"We've got an arrangement, but what she does, she's good to do that, and what I do, I'm good to do that.
"But we still see each other, and we'll see what happens in the future. She's a good girl Chlo. I love her to bits."
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