Amy Childs spotted ‘snogging the face off’ Stephanie Davies’ ex Sam Reece

Sam Reece and Amy Childs

by Jack White |
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It looks like it’s a case of new hair, new man for Amy Childs.

The 25-year-old recently showed off a sleek new bob, and this week she was allegedly spotted getting very friendly with none other than Stephanie Davies’ ex-boyfriend Sam Reece.

According to reports Amy and Sam, who has signed to her management The Can Group, were partying at London’s Freedom bar on Tuesday, where they were seen kissing.

A source told the Mirror: “It looked like the first time they were getting together but it didn’t seem like it would be the last.

“The were snogging passionately in the bar. Amy’s a single girl and Sam’s a single boy, and they have new mutual friends in their management company. It’s no wonder they’ve hit it off.”

Until this year Sam, 23, was relatively unknown, save for his appearance on Channel 4’s First Dates, but he was thrust into the spotlight in January when Stephanie entered the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Just days into the series former Hollyoaks actress Steph attracted criticism for growing close to Irish model Jeremy McConnell – which subsequently caused the breakdown of her relationship with Sam.

Appearing on Loose Women, Steph revealed how she finally ended things with Sam.

She said: “I sent a text, not that night [after the final] I enjoyed myself. [I sent it] the next day at some point, I don’t know.

“I said quite a lot of things. I just said it’s nice to see you’ve been making money off the back of it.

“Now you’ve got your own money I don’t have to pay for everything. Good luck with everything and I’ve finally met someone who does love me for being me.”

Former The Only Way Is Essex star Amy was to be seeing model Jay Hector, but it’s been confirmed that the pair are no longer together.

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