Happy Valentine's Day, love Olly, Scarlett, Ringo, Pixie...

If your postman wasn’t exactly weighed down by cards from your admirers this morning, don’t worry – your favourite celeb may have a message for you.

Love is most certainly in the air on social media, where no end of famous faces have been sending us love and kisses (yes, they’re definitely meant just for us, not their hordes of other followers).

Scarlett Moffatt had Valentine’s kisses for her fans (Ian West/PA)

Scarlett Moffatt started our day off well by sharing: “Happy Valentine’s Day to all my queens #valentines #valentinesday #love #girl #power”


Pixie Lott had some thoughtful words, too. Aww, thanks Pixie.

Newly engaged Simon Webbe wanted to share the love with some romantic music.

Shakespeare’s sonnets have nothing on a specially-penned poem from Pointless’s Richard Osman.

Sitting next to a colleague who’s had an enormous bunch of flowers delivered to their desk? Nicki Minaj feels your pain.


A Valentine from Ringo Starr is better than supermarket flowers, anyway.

Geri Horner may have a lot on her plate as the mum of a newborn, but she didn’t forget to send us her love.

There’s always that one smug couple – in this case, the Olivers. Although we are loving their throwback pic.

David Walliams knows what really matters is wishing your mum a happy Valentine’s.

But he also made the time to thank his thoughtful fans.

Ashley Tisdale doesn’t have such a romantic view of what February 14 has to offer.

It isn’t just our nearest and dearest who deserve to know we’re thinking of them today, as Example showed.

And Ricky Gervais gave a shout out to anyone who’ll be spending this evening with their cat.

Darren Hayes has a cheery thought for anyone disappointed at their lack of a date tonight.

Doesn’t look like Olly Murs has too many plans for tonight, either.

Happy Valentine’s Day, all!

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