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TOWIE's Chloe Sims and Pete Wicks have suggested there's a new rift between the pair after appearing to settle their differences.
The reality TV stars, who started off as friends and then had a two-year sexual relationship, were not speaking for half a year after having a huge fall out in January.
Pete, 31, revealed last month he and Chloe, 38, were on good terms after the end of their secret romance played out on TV screens.
However, now it appears there is a new rift between the pair as they've unfollowed each other on Instagram.
Chloe has also shared a cryptic post on her Instagram stories as she shared a quote on Wednesday which read: “Stop choosing who isn’t choosing you.”
Last month Pete signalled the 'rift between the pair was healed' when he told Mail Online: "When we didn't talk it was horrible.
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"But it's great now that we're talking again so it's all good.
"We didn't keep our relationship away from the limelight because it was never an official relationship, we just kept me and her away from other people because whatever you do people will criticise, whether that is a friendship, relationship or family problems."
In September Chloe opened up on her fallout with Pete and explained why she had decided to cut him out of her life.
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Chloe addressed the rumours that she vowed “never to speak to” him again after their bust-up.
Speaking on an episode of The Only Way Is Essex as she explained the effects of lockdown, Chloe said: “It’s a terrible thing for a lot of people but there has been some positives.
“It brought the families closer together and it’s actually showed me who’s important in my life. 'Best friends' who didn’t really give a s***.
“Me and Pete stopped speaking. We had a falling out since the end of January.
“It wasn’t nasty, it was quite calm but I didn’t want to have people around me who aren’t 100 per cent. I just said, ‘I can’t have you in my life anymore.’”
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