Love Island’s Frankie drowns his sorrows after cheating on Samira

Frankie Foster looked down in the dumps just hours after he narrowly avoided an awkward run-in with his ex Samira Mighty .

The Love Island star drowned his sorrows with co-star Charlie Brake as they drank pints and ate dinner at a Japanese restaurant in Chelsea.

They looked deep in conversation as Frankie reflected on the dramatic events of the weekend.

Girlfriend Samira prematurely ended her stint on the ITV2 show two days after Frankie was dumped from the island, so that she could return to the UK to be with him.

But he repaid her loyalty by passionately kissing a random clubber during a PA.

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Samira and Frankie

  • Downing his sorrows
  • Awkward reunion
  • ‘Taking a break’ from romance
  • Snog video that shocked Samira

After video footage of the snog emerged, Frankie apologised to Samira for his indiscretion.

And hours later the exes separately attended the premiere of The Festival in Leicester Square.

The pair are taking a break from their relationship but it seems their Love Island commitments will keep them running in the same circles.

Yesterday, a representative for the reality star told The Sun : "Frankie and Samira have both decided to take a break from their relationship and focus on themselves for now.

"They have decided to remain civil and have some space apart to decide on what they want to do.

"Frankie wholeheartedly knows that his actions were not acceptable and has apologised to Samira.

"At this moment in time having their own space is most important."

Samira broke her silence on the video of Frankie snogging a mystery blonde during a nightclub appearance.

A statement released on behalf of the West End star said: "Samira will be taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities.

"They have spoken in depth about the recent events and Samira feels a break for now is the best thing for both of them so they can see what the future holds."

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