Summer Monteys-Fullam thanks mystery man for huge Valentine's gift – sparking rumours it's her Towie ex Liam Gatsby

SUMMER Monteys-Fullam has thanked a mystery man for his huge Valentine's gift – sparking rumours it's her ex Liam Gatsby from Towie.

Paul Hollywood's ex, 25, showed off her selection of gifts on Valentine's Day on Instagram.

Summer had fans guessing who her secret admirer could be after she posted a stunning bouquet of red roses, rose bubbly and a box of chocolates on Instagram.

Summer wrote: "Well happy Valentine's Day!! Thank you G," and straight away sent the rumour mill into overdrive that it could be Towie charmer TOWIE's Liam 'Gatsby' Blackwell.

Summer and Gatsby, who both starred in Ex on the Beach last year, enjoyed a brief romance last year.

It was just months after the ex-barmaid's dramatic split from 54-year-old Bake Off judge Paul.


An insider has revealed that Paul would likely be furious with the move because he will not want to be mentioned on the programme.

They explained: "Summer and Gatsby had a brief fling in December last year – but after he spent lockdown in the States, it will definitely be a shock for them to meet again after all this time on camera."

Gatsby no stranger to lavishing treats on his former flames.

He famously attempted to woo co-star Ferne McCann by taking her for a helicopter ride on their very first date.



Meanwhile Summer put on a brave face after she was targeted by vile thieves who stole horse equipment from her stables earlier this month.

She had horse brushes, bandages and even bags of hay brazenly swiped overnight.

Summer posted on social media calling the thieves "w**kers" and warning other horse owners in the area.

The model wrote on Instagram on Wednesday morning: "Thanks to the scumbags that wiped me out of all my brushes, 12 hay nets full of hay, meds, bandages. Absolute w**kers."


Luckily her beloved horses weren't taken – but she issued a threat to any potential thieves letting them know they are all microchipped and easily traced.

She wrote: "All my horses are freezemarked, chipped and easily traced.

"I am now putting cameras up. Be warned."

She later posted messages she had received from people in her local area saying they too had had hay stolen.

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