HOL­LY­WOOD LOVE ISLE: THE SE­QUEL

Bake Off star takes new girl­friend to the re­sort where he mar­ried ex

Scottish Daily Mail - - News - By Emine Sin­maz

PAUL Hol­ly­wood has been pic­tured on hol­i­day with his new girl­friend – at the same ho­tel where he mar­ried his ex-wife.

The Bake Off judge and Melissa Spald­ing, 36, were spot­ted hold­ing hands and re­lax­ing by the pool at a five-star ho­tel in Paphos, Cyprus.

The 3-year-old had pre­vi­ously de­nied be­ing in a re­la­tion­ship with the gram­mar school-ed­u­cated pub land­lady, who runs the Che­quers Inn in Smar­den, Kent.

The pub is close to the £1mil­lion home Hol­ly­wood shared with ex-girl­friend Sum­mer Monteys-Ful­lam, 24, a bar­maid who ended their re­la­tion­ship in Au­gust.

In Septem­ber Hol­ly­wood in­sisted he was just friends with Miss Spald­ing, who was pre­vi­ously due to marry pro­fes­sional golfer Ja­son Barnes. But hol­i­day­mak­ers at the Annabelle ho­tel where the cou­ple have been seen over the past week have said they looked ‘very happy’ to­gether.

It is the same ho­tel where Hol­ly­wood met and, in 1998, mar­ried his ex-wife Alex, now . Next year a judge will de­cide how his £10mil­lion for­tune should be di­vided.

A source told The Sun: ‘It is a bit odd that he brought his new girl­friend to a place he had so many mem­o­ries with his ex, in­clud­ing where their wed­ding took place. But it didn’t seem to bother them. They looked very happy to­gether. They cer­tainly don’t seem to have eyes for any­one else. They’ve been sun­bathing by the pool most days.’

Miss Monteys-Ful­lam, who yes­ter­day ac­cused Hol­ly­wood and Miss Spald­ing of ‘stalk­ing’ her on In­sta­gram, is said to have pre­vi­ously con­fronted the baker about his re­la­tion­ship with Miss Spald­ing. She dumped him when he al­legedly asked her to sign a gag­ging or­der.

Sunshine break: Paul Hol­ly­wood in Cyprus with new girl­friend Melissa Spald­ing, also pic­tured inset Is­land idyll: Hol­ly­wood with Alex in Paphos a year be­fore their wed­ding

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