Roman Kemp has revealed that joining dating app Bumble has ‘really helped him’ get through the tough times.
The Capital Breakfast presenter, 27, has recently gone through a very hard after splitting from his girlfriend of three years Anne-Sophie Flury.
Roman was also catapulted into devastation last week when his dear friend and co-worker Joe Lyons tragically passed away.
Although he’s been through the mill recently, the much-loved telly star has managed to keep his spirits up, and has found harmony after singing up to dating app Bumble.
The I’m A Celebrity finalist let slip that he’s been swiping left and right on the popular online app since his breakup and admitted that it has been somewhat of a comfort to him.
Taking to Twitter, Roman explained: “I want to talk to you today about something that has been helping me out massively.
“Bumble have actually created a date generator, I have been waiting for this.
“All you do is enter a couple of details about what types of dates you like and then it sets you up so you don’t have to think about what to do on a date because lets face it, it’s pretty weird in 2020.”
Celebrity Gogglebox star Roman added that he’s ‘up for’ going to a dance class with a romantic interest or heading out to shore for a bating lesson.
The handsome star insisted, “I would actually do all of those”.
Roman and Anne-Sophie were excited about starting their own family just months ago.
The Capital FM DJ and Swiss neuroscientist and entrepreneur were excited about their future together – but their relationship was sadly doomed to fail.
Since their unexpected split, Roman has since been linked to Lottie Moss – the 22-year-old younger sister of supermodel legend Kate Moss.
The pair were recently rumoured to have enjoyed a sizzling date as Soho House in London.
The young couple were spied at the private members’ club in central London – locking lips and snogging away by the end of the night.
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