After heading into the I'm A Celebrity jungle together last year, Spencer and Vicky took a liking to each other and have since remained in touch. Vicky has made no secret of the fact she fancies Spenny and recently revealed the pair have ventured out on their first date together now he is back in the UK.
Giving fans the low down, Vicky has revealed things are going "really well" between the pair and she can't wait to see him again. So a second date is on the cards, then?
Writing in her weekly column with new! magazine, the 28-year-old admitted she doesn't want to blow it with the Chelsea boy.
She said: "I'm trying to play it cool and not put too much pressure on myself or I'll just make myself nervous. I'm looking forward to seeing him, though."
Vicky's latest comments come after she teased dating Spencer was a "bad idea." Could that be because of his womanising ways, perhaps? Following their dinner, she had shared a quote that read: "My mind forgets to remind me you're a bad idea."
Vicky told fans: "I'm not sure how much we have in common and I'm not his usual type, but he is very charming, so watch this space…"
The pair first met out in Australia while starring on I'm A Celeb last November, but their time together was cut short. After just two nights in the jungle, Spencer was forced to leave camp - after he had confessed to taking a steroids-based medication.
Producers deemed it unsafe for him to continue on the show. At the time, Spencer apologised for letting his fans, friends and family done.
Following his exit, Spencer took some time away from the public eye. After a three month break, he has now opened up about his decision to take steroids and has admitted it was the 'most costly' mistake he has ever made.
In his first interview since leaving the jungle, Spencer rubbished rumours he went to rehab to seek treatment for his use of steroids, insisting he was not addicted to the performance-enhancing pills. Instead, he travelled to Africa to help with a local building project in Tanzania.
Spencer explained: "I really regret the decision and it was probably one of the most costly mistakes I've ever made. Flying out to Australia to do this amazing show, I was so happy to be there that when the reality came in that I was going home on the third day I was just devastated... it was a bit of a dark time.
"It wasn't an addiction, it wasn't an issue, so there was really no need for it. I did not go to rehab. I actually went to Africa," Spencer revealed. "I wanted to selflessly do something and give back. I was in a muddled place."
He has since returned to social media and thanked fans for their support. Spencer tweeted: "I've learnt some tough lessons and I'm moving forward."
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