Chloe Ferry quits Geordie Shore after splitting from boyfriend Sam Gowland
Chloe Ferry has quit Geordie Shore.
The reality star announced she was leaving the MTV show after splitting from her boyfriend of almost two years, Sam Gowland.
They met on the show when he joined after his stint in Love Island, and had been dating since 2017.
After a fan asked if Chloe, 23, would be back, she told them on Twitter : "No I’m not going back this series, sorry."
It's not yet known whether or not she's left the show permanently.
Chloe joined the reality show for the 10th series in 2015.
Sam, also 23, joined in 2017, following his appearance on the third series of ITV2's Love Island.
But he and Chloe got off to a tricky start as he was also keen on housemate Abbie Holborn.
Sam said he wanted to "get to know" both girls, but caused lots of tension in the house before he eventually chose to be with Chloe.
They'd moved in together and got a dog together before they split.
They've been seen having troubles on the current series of the show, with Chloe even telling Sam she wanted a break, before they made up.
Chloe confirmed on May 10 that she and Sam had split after 17 months.
She said: "It hurts me to say this but me and Sam have gone our separate ways.
"We are still friends. Things carry on as normal."
Despite the break-up, Sam will be left with a permanent reminder of their love affair as he's had a huge tattoo of Chloe's face inked on his leg.
He got the body art during an appearance on MTV reality show Tattoo Of Us.
The pair also have each other's names inked on their skin.
Just 24 hours after their split, Chloe was left in tears after discovering Sam had been following other girls on Instagram.
She took to her story to send out a tearful message to her fans.
She raged into the camera: "I can not get over that I have nearly being with Sam for two years and that we haven't been broken up for less than 24 hours and that you can could do that to somebody?"
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