Love Island’s Laura Anderson broke up with her fitness trainer friend Tom Brazier a few days after moving to Scotland.
Although they originally intended the big Tom to join her in Glasgow six months after they moved, it now appears that their romance is over.
The split seems to have suddenly occurred when 31-year-old Laura last posted a picture with the coach six days ago, a day before the announcement that she had left London.
It’s over: Laura Anderson of Love Island broke up with her fitness trainer friend Tom Brazier a few days after moving to Scotland
Laura, 31, who was born in Stirling, told fans on an Instagram story on Thursday: “Thank you so much for all the DMs who have asked about Tom and me since I moved north.
‘Unfortunately it didn’t work out between us. As for Tom’s privacy, I won’t go into that any further. All my love for him and all of you for your continued support. ‘
Although the couple never revealed exactly when they met, the couple went public with their romance in May and spent time together in Laura’s London apartment.
Going Solo: Though they originally intended big Tom to join her in Glasgow six months after they moved, it now appears that their romance is over
Sad news: Laura, 31, from Stirling, told fans on an Instagram story Thursday when she insisted she has nothing but “love” for her ex
Laura was originally excited about her new life in Scotland with Tom, whom she dated during the lockdown after meeting him in January when she was walking her dog.
The two even vacationed in Dubai together and made headlines when they were mugged in Barcelona before Laura introduced Tom to her family in Scotland.
She was delighted with him and said, “We live in the same complex and we always stopped saying hello when we brought our dogs to the park. I needed a new PT so I approached it.
Then one night, six weeks after my training, one thing led to another. Little did he know I’d been to Love Island. ‘
Back home: In April, Laura announced that she would return to Scotland permanently after the lockdown ended, as she felt lonely in the English capital
Laura, who moved to Glasgow’s glamorous Park Circus last week, had hoped Tom would join her in her new home.
She raved about never meeting anyone like him before adding, “I’m still moving to Scotland and Tom plans to follow me for the next six months. He is the cherry on the cake. ‘
After the romance ended, Laura admitted she was looking for a new fitness trainer.
She asked Scot and Love Island star Anton Danyluk if he would train her now that she is back and told him, “I’m still waiting for you to train me, now I’m back. Where is a good gym? ‘
New love: Although the couple never revealed exactly when they met, the couple went public with their romance in May and spent time together in Laura’s London apartment
Laura first rose to fame for her appearance on the 2018 edition of Love Island, where she began unhappy relationships with Wes Nelson and Paul Knops.
After leaving the mansion, the bomb dated the first series winner, Max Morley, in October.
The duo were in a relationship that saw the stars split in December, reunited in May 2019, and finally quit for good in July last year.
Laura announced back in April that she would return to Scotland permanently after the lockdown ended, as she felt lonely in the English capital.
Laura spoke to Vas J Morgan about his I AM ENOUGH podcast last month and said she made some key decisions during the embargo. She told the former TOWIE star, “I have decided to move to Scotland because I want to buy an apartment.
“I just moved here to Love Island and obviously it’s been almost two years now.
“I just think I want to go back and live with my family and friends that I’ve had for years, get a bit of dog support when I have to do something and try to buy a place.
Exes: Laura first became famous for her appearance on the 2018 edition of Love Island, where she began unhappy relationships with Wes Nelson and Paul Knops (pictured)
“I’ve rented all my life, wasted all my money and I just think it’s so expensive in London and I’m pretty lonely here, I don’t know that many people.
“I always wanted to wait to meet a man and buy a house and I think, ‘no, I want to buy an apartment myself”.
“It may not be the most amazing, and I’m sure it will take me 20 million years to pay off, but that’s what I want to do to really get through [lockdown].
“I enjoy being here because I know it won’t be that long.”
Forever over: after leaving the mansion, the bomb dated the first series winner, Max Morley, from October 2018 to July 2019 (pictured in December).