Star of Selling Sunset Chrishell Stause has gone Instagram official with her new boyfriend.
But the man on her arm isn't a Hollywood A-lister like her ex-husband, it's her on-screen boss.
The reality TV star went public with her romance with Jason Oppenheim, who is co-founder of the Oppenheim Group with his identical twin brother.
The two posted photos of them getting close on a boat, which all but confirmed they are now an item.
Chrishell and Jason were with a few of the Selling Sunset team in Italy's dreamy Capri, where they were seen soaking up the sunshine and warm ocean water.
Selling Sunset stars have commented on the photo collage confirming the racy office romance.
Brett, who is Jason's brother wrote: "Love you Chrishell. Thank you for making my brother happy."
Real estate agent Mary added: "Nothing makes me more excited than to see two of my closest friends together and making each other so happy!
Co-star Amanza said: "Love you both! So happy it's out!! Ahhhh we can all just be normal now! Happy!!!! Makes me sooooo happy for you both!!
Mary's husband Romain commented with: "So happy for you guys ! Finally people will stop with Jason and Mary hopefully."
On the show, some of the stars accused Jason of favouriting Mary by giving her all the awesome opportunities.
The pair dated before the Netflix series started and many viewers questioned whether there were any fluttering feelings remaining.
However, it's clear Mary and Jason have moved on, with the former marrying her Frenchman in Season Two and the latter now dating her co-star.
Now everyone wants to know whether Selling Sunset Season Four will dive into this new romance considering the third instalment focused on Chrishell's marriage breakdown with The Young and the Restless star Justin Hartley.
Chrishell accused Hartley on Selling Sunset of breaking up with her via a text message.
Hartley later told TODAY: "For the people who want to just dive into the gossip and believe everything they read, then that's fine, too, if they're getting entertainment from that.
"I think it sort of comes with the territory. But I've also sort of always had this view that I will live a public life, but I will be very private about my personal affairs."
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