Kelly Brook dresses in her fineries for a romantic night out with Danny Cipriani

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She hasn’t actually officially confirmed her reunion with Danny Cipriani yet – however after going on a Valentine’s Day date with him last night and after receiving a bouquet of roses from him (which she Tweeted to rub our faces in it), we think we can safely say that they’re a couple again.

The exceptionally well dressed pair went for a meal in central London yesterday with Kelly wearing a chic beige coat paired with a leopard print beret, while Cipriani opted for a standard suit type thing.

Brook had a big smile on her face following what seemed to be a difficult week. She took to Twitter a few days ago to thank her fans for their support after they took to the social networking site to defend her over reports she’d been “piling on the pounds” in the wake of her split from Thom Evans.

The insulting article was published just a short time after Katie Price branded her a “heffer” in her magazine column, so Kelly needed all the spoiling she could get last night and it looks like Danny provided exactly that.

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