Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry reignites Marty McKenna romance hopes

Published Thursday, Sep 1 2016, 14:47 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry has appeared to reignite hopes of romance when it comes to her co-star Marty McKenna.

Since Marty's arrival in series 12, he and Chloe have had fans hooked by their on/off romance, but things became strained between the couple when he drunkenly kissed Charlotte Crosby during Geordie Shore's Big Birthday Battle series.

However, Chloe recently got fans all excited over her and Marty with a single tweet. Tagging in her co-star beau, she sent Marty a love heart.

Chloe Ferry and Marty McKenna, Instagram
May 2016

© Instagram / @chloegshore1



It may not be much, but it's definitely a public display of affection and Chloe's little love heart has got us all hoping she and Marty can get things back on track.


They had been pictured getting pretty close while filming for series thirteen of Geordie Shore abroad over the summer, but that didn't seem to last as Chloe was then linked to TOWIE star Jon Clark and Marty had branded Chloe an "attention seeker."

While Jon and Chloe did have us all confused over their romance, he has now ruled out any more dates between the pair and Chloe has stressed that she is single.

She did, however, recently confess that she still thinks Marty could be her "soulmate."

Speaking to Daily Star, Chloe revealed her hopes for the pair to become an official couple in the future - explaining that she thinks they are currently "too young" to get into a serious relationship.

Chloe said: "I hope that one day me and Martin can be together. I could see myself having kids with him."

Marty, meanwhile, hasn't been so open when it comes to Chloe, but he did recently wish her a happy birthday. Chloe turned 21 years old on 31 August and celebrated with a cake made up of her favourite snack chicken nuggets...

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