Irish model Nicola Hughes and MIC's Alex Mytton soak up the sun in Morocco after split
Well, that didn't last long.
Just weeks after Irish model Nicola Hughes and reality star Alex Mytton's "break" was aired on Made in Chelsea, the pair are back in each other's arms - and Instagrams.
The former beauty queen first appeared on the show in 2015 after dating Chelsea's resident bad-boy for more than a year. Their relationship ups and downs have been documented on the show, but the couple always put the drama behind them.
In the season finale, which aired at the end of December, Mytton asked the former beauty queen for a break, following continuous arguing over Jessica Woodley, an ex-girlfriend of Alex who also stars in the show.
They soon buried the hatchet as they were pictured ringing in the New Year together in Co Mayo.
Similarly, at the end of last season, before the summer spin-off Made in Chelsea: Los Angeles was filmed, the pair were also looking for "space", but spent the summer months travelling together.
"I feel like some space in whatever form would be good," he told her of his plans to travel to Los Angeles. where MIC was filming, without her.
Although she wasn't featured in the programme, Nicola jetted out to Los Angeles and stayed with friends during her stint there and the couple also enjoyed a number of European getaways.
You can't keep a good couple down though as they are currently enjoying a luxury holiday to Marrakesh, with Alex tweeting "Break went well" to accompany a photo of them by the pool.
The 25-year-old model divides her time between London and Dublin, but said she's in no rush to make Ireland her permanent base again.
"It would be a great opportunity, but I don't know how I'd feel moving back to Ireland. I could always come back and forth," she said.
"It's great to be able to try it out and add something else to my CV."
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