Geordie Shore: Aaron Chalmers and Marnie Simpson spark romance rumours for new series?

Published Friday, Jul 15 2016, 15:58 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Geordie Shore: Aaron Chalmers has sparked rumours he and Marnie Simpson have been romantically involved during filming for the show's new series...

So are they back on again? To be honest with you, we have no idea. We've been going round in circles with these two and every time we think they could be dating again, we then find out that they're not.

Still, Aaron definitely set tongues wagging when he shared a photo of himself and Marnie holding hands to his Instagram page.

Marnie Simpson and Aaron Chalmers pose for new picture - 5 May 2016

© Instagram / aaroncgshore



The pap shot was taken while the pair were filming for Geordie Shore overseas, and Aaron and Marnie certainly could pass off as a couple in the snap.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN???

One follower commented: "Still so good to see theyre together." While another fan simply said: "Yasssss!!!!!!!"

While we don't know if this means they are now dating again, we can pretty much guess we'll be seeing another 'Maaron' romance unfolding on our screens when Geordie Shore returns.

This isn't the first time Aaron has hinted that he and Marnie have got themselves back on track, as he previously uploaded photos of Marnie in her underwear to his page and added the hashtag, '#wife,' alongside them.

Marnie, however, hit back at Aaron's post on Twitter, leaving fans confused when it comes to their romance. She simply said: "I ain't nobody's wife."

Ouch.

Aaron and Marnie had publicly fallen out before heading off to film for Geordie Shore, so it will be a relief for fans to see the duo finally getting on again.

This time round, the Geordie lot have been filming abroad, with the cast heading to a series of party resorts including Magaluf, Ibiza, Ayia Napa and Kavos.

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