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Love Island's Chris Hughes goes official with pro golfer Annabel Dimmock – his first girlfriend since Jesy Nelson

LOVE Island's Chris Hughes has gone Instagram official with pro golfer Annabel Dimmock.

This is the reality star's, 28, first public relationship since he split with Little Mix star Jesy Nelson.


The Sun understands that Chris and Annabel met at the Aramco Team Series event in London on the Ladies European Tour where they were paired up and played golf together.

Anna, 24 – who has played six seasons of professional golf – shared a photo cuddling Chris while kissing him on the cheek.

She captioned the snap: "Hansomes" and tagged her boyfriend in the post.

Confirming their sweet romance, Chris commented: "Yours".

The pair appeared to be on a date to Thorpe Park as the golfer tagged the theme park in the location.

Londoner Anna has been playing professional golfer since 2016.

The Sun revealed earlier this year that Chris had joined Tinder in a bid to find love after his split from Jesy Nelson.

Speaking to The Sun, Chris admitted: “I haven’t been on a date atll. You chat to people and meet people but I've been busy with work.

“ I haven’t got anyone on my radar at the minute in terms of dating.

“It’s not like I have dated, I haven’t even been on a date.”

DATING AROUND

The 28-year-old Love Islander and former Little Mix singer, 30, called it quits at the start of the first lockdown – and as the country shut down, Chris struggled to meet anyone new.

A source told The Sun: "Jesy and Chris split up a couple of weeks ago. It was all very amicable and they're still really good friends.

"Jesy rang Chris and led the conversation about their relationship and both agreed that it felt like it had run its course – they're both absolutely fine."

In May, Chris sparked rumours he was getting close with fellow Love Island star Maura Higgins.

Sparking romance rumours, the pair walked side-by-side throughout Thorpe Park, and at one point Maura even reached in to whisper in his ear.

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