Dani Dyer shares cryptic message about ‘memories’ after revealing separate living arrangements with Jack Fincham

DANI Dyer has shared a cryptic message about “memories” while on holiday with boyfriend Jack Fincham.

The reality star, who recently revealed she has cooled things off with Jack, shared a picture of herself pouting in her bikini and wrote: “I bet these memories follow you around.”

Dani Dyer shared a picture of herself looking in a reflective mood

The couple, who briefly split at the end of last year, are currently enjoying a much needed break together in Thailand.

It comes as she admitted they are now living apart as they struggle to make things work.

When the lease came up on the flat they’d been renting together in Wapping, east London, they decided it was a good opportunity to put the brakes on and get their own places.

Dani, 23,  is now back on Essex turf and closer to parents Danny and Jo, while Jack, 27, returned to his old stomping ground in south London.

She told Fabulous magazine: “Jack didn’t want to live in Essex and I didn’t want to live in south London so we thought we’d both get our own places and live between them.

She is currently on holiday with Jack Fincham
The couple have enjoyed a relaxing break in the sun together

“We’re building [the relationship] back up slowly. We’d both moved out of our areas and to Wapping together, where we had none of our home comforts.

“It’s nice to have my own company sometimes. I can watch what I want – when Jack’s there, he puts all these bird programmes on. When we buy a house, then we can decide where to live, but for the time being we’ve got to grow.”

She also revealed that despite finding love on reality TV show Love Island, they have decided to share less of their relationship.

“We’re now trying to keep things personal, because that’s how things last. We’re definitely not doing another show,” she admitted.

Dani recently opened up about their relationship – saying they are hoping to keep things more private

“We’d prefer to enjoy each other privately, rather than parading it constantly.

“We were still learning about each other – we still are. We moved in, we did a show together and it was constant. It didn’t really give us time to bond on our own.

“I didn’t like it when we were arguing – with relationships, you want to bring out the best in each other and we were bringing out the worst. So you just end up being miserable around each other.”

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