Love Island's Amber Gill 'gets back together with criminal ex Rory Colhoun in Dubai'

LOVE Island winner Amber Gill has got back together with ex-con Rory Colhoun, according to reports.

The reality star, 24, has been pictured enjoying dinner in Dubai with Rory who was jailed for a vicious nightclub attack in 2015.

A source told MailOnline: "Amber started dating Rory again last year after accepting his past.

"Amber has taken a big step by relocating to Dubai, but she loves the place, and it was important for herself and Rory to have a fresh start where not everybody knows who they are."

The couple are reportedly living together in the Middle Eastern city nearly a year after calling their fledgling romance quits when Amber discovered Rory's criminal past.

Rory was tried at Leeds Crown Court after an attack on two nightclub doormen, leaving one of them in a critical condition in hospital.

The Yorkshire lad has turned his life around since his release from jail launching dog grooming business Miniature Designer Bullies.

Amber was recently revealed to have briefly dated footballer Jack Grealish, however things fizzled out when it emerged he was seeing Emily Atack and girlfriend Sasha Attwood at the same time.

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The Love Island star was first pictured with Rory on holiday in Thailand last January – but she called it a day not long after.

A friend told the Mail at the time: "Amber broke down today when she was told about Rory and his past. She had no idea about any of this.

"Amber has been in the early stages of dating someone and this has come as a big shock to her. 

"Understandably it's caused her a great deal of upset and stress as it's all come out of the blue."

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