RUMOURS have emerged that Melanie Sykes is dating German golfer Martin Kaymer, after the pair have posted pictures from the same places on their social media pages, stretching back over two years.
This is despite singer Olly Murs confirming last month that he had enjoyed a recent romance with the TV presenter, saying "there might have been something" between them.
Mel, 47, immediately shut down stories that her and Olly had been secretly dating for a year as "s***", but has remained tight-lipped after being linked to Martin, 33.
Despite never mentioning each other on social media, they have been at the same place at the same time as far back as January 2015.
Last month, Martin shared images of him competing in the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championships, followed by a break in Dubai.
At the same time , mum-of-two Mel was also enjoying a trip in the Emirates, posting pictures of her enjoying a massage on the beach and lounging in her bikini.
In January 2015, Martin took part in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic, at the same time that Mel was there.
And just five months later, in June 2015, they both posted pictures from the Spanish island of Mallorca.
The pictures were posted just a day apart.
The jet-setters were also in Florida at the same time, as Mel shared on social media that she was enjoying a "cheeky little stop off."
Mel has had a rocky ride with relationships.
She has two teenage sons – Roman, 15, and Valentino Luca, 13, with her actor ex-husband Daniel Caltagirone.
They married in 2001 but divorced in 2009.
She then married her toyboy roofer Jack Cockings in 2013 after the pair met on Twitter the year before, but she filed for divorce just seven months later.
Speaking to The Sun's Fabulous magazine at the time of her second divorce, Mel said: "The divorce was the easy bit. being married to the wrong person."
"It's always difficult to break up with somebody, but it's been for the best and I knew it at the time and that's why we're not together."
But she hasn't ruled out marriage for the third time, saying: "I never say never anymore, because every time I do, I end up doing the opposite thing."