Charlotte Crosby has sparked concern after sharing a video of herself crying following her split from Joshua Ritchie.
The reality TV star, 29, and former Love Island star, 25, split earlier this week, with Charlotte saying the relationship “broke down” after two years.
The former Geordie Shore star has now shared a video of herself with a stream of tears rolling down her face on social media, as she zoomed in on herself crying.
Without saying a word in the clip, Charlotte looks downcast as she filmed herself for her 7million followers.
It comes after Charlotte shocked fans when she announced her relationship with Josh was over, after revealing earlier this year that she wanted him to propose.
The reality star wrote online: “Me and Josh have decided to part ways. Sadly the relationship seems to have broken down.
“Hoping we can still remain civil and wish him the best for the future.”
Earlier in the day, the stunning star had sparked speculation that the relationship was over as she shared a cryptic quote on her social media.
The post read: “Don’t be afraid of losing people, be afraid of losing yourself trying not to lose someone.”
The news came after Charlotte gushed over her relationship with Joshua, months after she left Newcastle behind and moved to Bolton to be with him.
She told The Mirror: “We have learnt a lot more [since moving in together] and it's been really, really good. We're getting on so well, I think it's brought us closer together.
“We've had no arguments about cleaning and stuff, he's so tidy, always doing the washing, it's really been perfect.”
Joshua also hinted that Charlotte wanted him to propose before their three year anniversary.
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He told MailOnline: “I've definitely got a timescale. If he hasn't proposed in three years, I think I'd be a bit worried.
“After you've been with someone for three years, I think you know that it's the person you wanna be with for the rest of your life, so you've gotta get a move on really.”
Charlotte then added: “Obviously I get excited looking at wedding pictures and stuff.
“But, I wouldn't have the first clue of what I'd want or how I'd want it. There's too many choices and it's too much of a head battle.”
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