Kelly and Danny 'back on'

Kelly and Danny 'back on'
Kelly Brook

Kelly Brook has reportedly got back together with Danny Cipriani.

The gorgeous glamour model, who is thought to have dumped the rugby hunk in August after he allegedly cheated on her, was spotted cosying up to her former beau on Saturday, sparking speculation they have reconciled - despite her recently being linked to David Beckham's best friend, Dave Gardner.

The pair were first seen enjoying themselves at London's Steam & Rye bar, followed by a night out at the Rose Club.

A source told The Sun newspaper: "They were with a group of friends but were all over each other, cuddling, kissing and taking photos of themselves.

"They've been back on speaking terms for a few weeks.

"Kelly has been dating Dave Gardner, but she can't make a clean break from Danny. He hurt her but she still thinks he's the love of her life and that they can work it out. It could be the start of them getting back into a relationship."

The buxom 34-year-old star first dated Danny, 26, for 22 months before calling it quits in June 2010.

The couple reunited in January of this year, following her split from Thom Evans, and she even nursed him back to health after he was hit by a bus.

However, in August it was reported the athlete had been texting and seeing other women behind Kelly's back and they went their separate ways again.

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