Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor back together?
Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor have fuelled speculation they have got back together.
The brunette beauty, who split from rapper husband Professor Green in February, and her former 'Made in Chelsea' co-star - who she dated in 2011 - are rumoured to have reconciled after they were spotted together arriving at her home on Sunday (03.04.16).
An onlooker said: "They've been spending a lot of time with each other recently, really enjoying each other's company and after a day out on Sunday they decided to go back to Millie's pad. They had a great night together and it looks like they are officially back on after all these years apart."
The rumoured couple were also said to have shared a sneaky smooch at the British Polo Day event in Dubai last month.
While Millie has only recently split from Pro Green - who she married in September 2013 - the rapper is said to have given the pair his blessing.
A friend told The Sun newspaper: "When he saw the pictures, Stephen joked 'Ugo Girl!' He's got no issues with it. He's totally cool with the situation."
After dating during the first series of 'Made in Chelsea' in 2011, Hugo and Millie split later that year, and in the show's second series she found out he had got with her pal Rosie Fortescue behind her back.
Millie went on to date Pro Green and the pair were married six months after their March 2013 engagement, but sadly split earlier this year.
In a joint statement, they said: "It is with sadness and regret that we confirm our separation.
"It is a mutual decision, we still care deeply about each other and would like it to be known it is on amicable terms and we wish each other well."
Hugo dated Natalie Joel for more than two years, but the pair called time on their relationship in June 2014, just a year after she admitted in an interview she was keen to get married and had been looking at engagement rings.
Confirming their split at the time, Hugo said: "Natalie and I love each other unconditionally and are taking some time apart to concentrate on our own lives and careers."