Zara McDermott and Sam Thompson are back together, apparently

Zoe Shenton
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Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

From Cosmopolitan

  • Love Island's Zara McDermott and Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson's split was confirmed in September.

  • Zara's been determined to win Sam back, and even wrote a public apology on Instagram.

Four months after Made In Chelsea star Sam Thompson split from Love Island's Zara McDermott, it looks like he's forgiven her for cheating on him last year. The pair's break up has been well-documented on social media and Made In Chelsea, with Zara also sharing a public apology to Sam on Instagram.

But it looks like the couple could be back on track after Zara was spotted at Sam's house this week. In photos via the Daily Mail, the former Islander was seen leaving his west London home on Wednesday morning. Sam also refollowed Zara on Instagram, which we all know is a certified modern indicator of a reconciliation.

News of their split came to light in early September, with reports saying they ended things following a trip to Mykonos at the end of July after it emerged Zara had cheated on him when she appeared on X Factor: Celebrity last year.

After it became public knowledge, Zara penned an open letter to Sam, saying she had made a "huge mistake" and was "hugely selfish and immature".

A huge mistake I made a year ago has recently come to light and I want to face this head on. I don't condone being unfaithful and I made a huge mistake at a time in my life where I was hugely selfish and immature. I believe I have learnt so much from my mistake. I want to apologise to my Sam for everything I have put him through, for the pain, the embarrassment, the anger and the hurt. All I want to do is make this right and I think the least he deserves is me being honest with myself and all of you.

Zara, 23, signed off the note, "I love you Sam. Forever."

The pair are yet to officially confirm if they're back on, but we reckon it's only a matter of time.

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