Abbie Quinnen is said to be dating Love Island star Billy Brown following her split with Strictly Come Dancing's AJ Pritchard last year.
Pro dancer Abbie, 25, attended an exclusive viewing of HBO's The Last of Us Together at the BFI IMAX in Waterloo, London, on Wednesday (January 11), and looked in high spirits with her new beau.
She looked chic in her black trousers and matching heels, which she paired with a striped shirt and a cropped blazer that displayed her toned abs.
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The former page three model was joined by Love Island alumni Billy, who featured on last summer's series of ITV show, and sported black leather-like trousers, chunky pink trainers and a matching pink T-shirt.
Billy, 23, completed the look with an American-style varsity jacket as he posed on the red carpet.
Also in attendance at the screening was Married at First Sight's April Banbury, AJ Bunker, and former X Factor contestant Josh Cuthbert.
Back in September, Abbie separated from AJ, the brother of Curtis Pritchard, with the model recalling the split as coming "out of the blue."
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The dancer told The Sun that the relationship began to erode when AJ went to South America to film The Challenge, and he confessed that he didn’t love her any more and ended it.
She told the newspaper: "I'm completely devastated and my world has fallen apart," adding: "AJ isn't the person I thought he was. After everything I went through with him I thought we would be together for ever. He has been the biggest disappointment to me."
AJ reportedly formed a relationship with "influencer" Zara Zoffany just days after the split.
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