Newly single Amber Davies and Pete Wicks spark romance rumours as they look cosy on a night out in Essex

NEWLY single Amber Davies and Pete Wicks have sparked romance rumours after being pictured looking cosy on a night out.

The Love Island star and Towie hunk were snapped sitting side by side as they enjoyed a slap-up meal at popular Essex restaurant Sheesh.

Amber, who recently split from Kem Cetinay, looked amazing wearing a black bra top and blazer.

She stunned with deep red lipstick and her hair poker straight as she took a seat next to Pete.

Pete, who is also single following his split from Megan McKenna, looked dapper in a black T-shirt and tuxedo style jacket.

The pair looked like they were getting on well as the restaurant took snaps of them enjoying their evening.

Amber later hit the dance floor and was seen letting her hair down while throwing some shapes.

Pete clearly had a good night as he later shared a tweet featuring an emoji with love heart eyes.

He wrote: “You just can’t beat @SheeshChigwell 😍”

Amber and Kem called time on their relationship earlier this month, blaming “conflicting schedules”.

The star recently revealed she was feeling "anxious, angry and nervous" following the break up.

Speaking in her Instagram Story, she said: "After having a break up I'm going through all the normal things – I get upset, anxious, angry and I get nervous – All the things that any normal girl would go through. I thought the best way to get my mind off things and concentrate on myself is to start working out and I couldn't believe how unfit I was.

"And then we came up with the idea of helping other girls going through break ups or wanting to get fit or lose weight – something that's not too hard."

Amber – who has been told she's too skinny since falling into the limelight – has come up with a new website called Strong Not Skinny to help other girls through heartache.

She explained: "Since being in the public eye, and I think I speak for a lot of girls in the media, we get a lot of nasty comments.

"We get fat shamed and skinny shamed and I've just had enough. There is a lot of girl power too but this project I'm quite passionate about."” target=”_blank” title=”Click to share on Twitter

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