Irish beauty Maura Higgins has been spotted out with a mystery man in London – and she looks so happy.
The Love Island 2019 star, 29, was seen leaving Amazonico Restaurant in Mayfair with the unidentified male companion.
Brunette stunner Maura wore a pink satin mini-dress that displayed her enviable pins while wearing her long brown locks down but considerably straight.
Her companion wore blue jeans, a white T-shirt, and a black jacket, whilst also donning a blue face mask.
The outing comes after Maura split from former boyfriend and Love Island co-star Curtis Pritchard, 24, back in March, having been a couple since the previous summer series.
Maura’s night out comes after she appeared to flout lockdown rules earlier this month as she enjoyed a sleepover at the home of her friends Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury in Greater Manchester, despite having travelled from her home in Essex to be with them.
Both Manchester and Essex are currently in Tier 2 of UK lockdown restrictions, which bans the mixing of households indoors unless in a support bubble.
If meeting in groups of less than six outdoors then different households must maintain social distancing at all times.
In Tier 2 locations, there can be no mixing with other households indoors when outside of your support bubble.
It remains unknown whether Maura was in a support bubble with the pair at the time but she was seen heading out for a meal and taking photos with Molly-Mae.
Meanwhile, Maura’s ex Curtis recently had bad news for fans when it came to his own friendship with Tommy.
“If you want the honest honest truth – I haven’t spoken to him in ages actually,” Curtis told his brother AJ on their podcast AJ v Curtis.
“I got a new phone and I lost his number. I have messaged him on Instagram a couple of times but I’ve been pied off by him.
“I’ve messaged Tommy and he hasn’t replied. We are friends but we haven’t spoken in a while.”
Mirror Online has reached out to a representative of Maura Higgins for comment.
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