Love Island’s Dani Dyer ‘forgives beau Jack Fincham as they enjoy steamy romp’

Love Island star Dani Dyer has reportedly forgiven her boyfriend Jack Fincham following his recent confession that he snorted cocaine, according to The Sun.

A source told the publication that the pair were seen engaging in a steamy romp at their London flat, in front of the window for all passers-by to see.

This comes after Dani, 23, reunited with Jack, 26, following her return from Tanzania on Thursday, as he took to Instagram Stories to post a loved-up selfie to share a cosy bed selfie with the ex-barmaid.

They're OK: Love Island star Dani Dyer has reportedly forgiven her boyfriend Jack Fincham following his recent confession that he snorted cocaine, according to The Sun

They’re OK: Love Island star Dani Dyer has reportedly forgiven her boyfriend Jack Fincham following his recent confession that he snorted cocaine, according to The Sun

The source claimed: ‘However annoyed Dani was about Jack’s cocaine use and partying, she seems to have well and truly forgiven him.

‘They were all over each other in the window with the curtains open and clearly enjoying making up together, absolutely anyone could have seen it.’ 

A representative for Jack Fincham declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline. 

Representatives for Dani Dyer have been contacted for comment.  

What drama? A source told the publication that the pair were seen engaging in a steamy romp at their London flat, after reuniting for a cosy bed selfie on Thursday (above)

What drama? A source told the publication that the pair were seen engaging in a steamy romp at their London flat, after reuniting for a cosy bed selfie on Thursday (above)

What drama? A source told the publication that the pair were seen engaging in a steamy romp at their London flat, after reuniting for a cosy bed selfie on Thursday (above)

Hard at work: Meanwhile Jack gave fans a tease of his upcoming role in The Full Monty: Live, as he posted a snap of him donning a sailor's uniform

Hard at work: Meanwhile Jack gave fans a tease of his upcoming role in The Full Monty: Live, as he posted a snap of him donning a sailor's uniform

Hard at work: Meanwhile Jack gave fans a tease of his upcoming role in The Full Monty: Live, as he posted a snap of him donning a sailor’s uniform

This comes after Jack and Dani were finally reunited on Thursday morning following her Red Nose Day work in Africa – ahead of her return to Tanzania in the coming weeks to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. 

In the Instagram Stories snap, the two reality stars were in their pyjamas as Jack captioned the picture with: ‘Spilt tea down my front,’ followed by a facepalm emoji. 

The Instagram post comes after Dani shared a picture to her own social media platform with her Red Nose Day team in Africa.

Posing on a hill top with stunning scenery behind them, the daughter of EastEnders legend Danny Dyer captioned it with: ‘So much love to the team. Thankyou for giving me this experience. Being friends and getting it done together. Always will remember this in my heart @comicrelief.’ 

Red Nose Day: Jack and Dani were reunited after she returned from her trip to Tanzania (above)

Red Nose Day: Jack and Dani were reunited after she returned from her trip to Tanzania (above)

Red Nose Day: Jack and Dani were reunited after she returned from her trip to Tanzania (above)

Dani has been sharing several updates throughout her trip and after Jack’s cocaine shame. 

On Wednesday, the aspiring actress admitted that being in Africa has been ’emotional for her and put things into perspective.’ 

Continuing to explain how she was feeling about her gruelling Kilimanjaro trek, Dani continued: ‘It shows me what really matters and what I need to address in the world, rather than all pointless things, really.’ 

Charity work: Dani has been sharing several updates throughout her Comic Relief trip and after Jack's cocaine shame  

Charity work: Dani has been sharing several updates throughout her Comic Relief trip and after Jack's cocaine shame  

Charity work: Dani has been sharing several updates throughout her Comic Relief trip and after Jack’s cocaine shame  

Candid: On Wednesday, the aspiring actress admitted that being in Africa has been 'emotional for her and put things into perspective.'

Candid: On Wednesday, the aspiring actress admitted that being in Africa has been 'emotional for her and put things into perspective.'

Candid: On Wednesday, the aspiring actress admitted that being in Africa has been ’emotional for her and put things into perspective.’

Meanwhile, in her selfie Dani looked radiant as she took a selfie of herself wearing a yellow hair wrap and sunglasses in a car with green scenery behind her.

She captioned it with: ‘What an experience, what a journey can’t wait for you to follow it✨✨✨.’

The two reality stars’ updates come just hours after Dani’s boyfriend Jack confessed to binging on cocaine during a wild night out after finding fame on the hit ITV2 show.

'It shows what I need to address in the world': Dani continued  to explain how she was feeling about her gruelling Kilimanjaro trek after Jack Fincham's drug shame 

'It shows what I need to address in the world': Dani continued  to explain how she was feeling about her gruelling Kilimanjaro trek after Jack Fincham's drug shame 

‘It shows what I need to address in the world’: Dani continued to explain how she was feeling about her gruelling Kilimanjaro trek after Jack Fincham’s drug shame 

Drugs shame: The two reality stars' updates come just hours after Dani's boyfriend Jack confessed to binging on cocaine during a wild night out after finding fame on the ITV2 show

Drugs shame: The two reality stars' updates come just hours after Dani's boyfriend Jack confessed to binging on cocaine during a wild night out after finding fame on the ITV2 show

Drugs shame: The two reality stars’ updates come just hours after Dani’s boyfriend Jack confessed to binging on cocaine during a wild night out after finding fame on the ITV2 show

The reality star, 26, said that he caved to peer pressure after finding himself on nights out where the drinks are free and everyone is trying to be his friend.

During the explosive interview, Jack revealed that Dani told him that everyone makes mistakes and is willing to forgive him as long as he never does it again.

However he believes that her famous father Danny Dyer won’t view the situation as lightly, and told The Sun that ‘most dads would take a dim view of it’.

After finding love with Dani on last year’s series of Love Island the couple went on to win the show, however it appears Jack has struggled with the realities of fame.

Smitten: During the explosive interview, Jack revealed that Dani told him that everyone makes mistakes and is willing to forgive him as long as he never does it again  

Smitten: During the explosive interview, Jack revealed that Dani told him that everyone makes mistakes and is willing to forgive him as long as he never does it again  

Smitten: During the explosive interview, Jack revealed that Dani told him that everyone makes mistakes and is willing to forgive him as long as he never does it again  

Talking to the publication, he said: ‘ I’ve told Dani, and obviously she doesn’t agree with anything like that at all. 

‘She doesn’t like all that. But obviously, she’ll always support me. She said: ‘I’ll always support you, you made a mistake, we all make mistakes, but don’t ever do it again’.

‘I don’t want to bring her into it, I’ve had a conversation with her and it’s not fair on her.’

However, on Wednesday it was reported that Dani had moved out of their shared home after her mother Joanne Mas was pictured at their flat picking up her belongings.   

Just hours before Jack’s confession, Dani shared another picture of her getaway as she continues to tease fans with a glimpse into her adventure.

Wow! On Wednesday it was reported that Dani had moved out of their shared home after her mother Joanne Mas was pictured at their flat picking up her belongings

Wow! On Wednesday it was reported that Dani had moved out of their shared home after her mother Joanne Mas was pictured at their flat picking up her belongings

Wow! On Wednesday it was reported that Dani had moved out of their shared home after her mother Joanne Mas was pictured at their flat picking up her belongings

Standing in jeans and a white T-shirt, the Love Island winner, 22, shared a poignant photograph of herself at the top of a hill, overlooking the city below her. 

She captioned the breathtaking photograph: ‘I can’t wait for you to find out what I’ve been doing here. I’ve met some beautiful people @comicrelief #returntokili.’

The aspiring actress also took to her Instagram Stories to share a photograph of herself journeying to her destination. 

Her Comic Relief update comes after Dani she revealed another of her fears on Twitter last week, as she prepares herself for the one of the biggest challenges of her life.

Fear: As Dani prepares herself for her Red Nose Day of Kilimanjaro, she revealed another of her fears on Twitter last week 

Fear: As Dani prepares herself for her Red Nose Day of Kilimanjaro, she revealed another of her fears on Twitter last week 

Fear: As Dani prepares herself for her Red Nose Day of Kilimanjaro, she revealed another of her fears on Twitter last week 

Showtime: The Love Island champion, 22, will face a gruelling eight-day trek battling altitude sickness, basic camping conditions and freezing night-time temperatures for the charity climb

Showtime: The Love Island champion, 22, will face a gruelling eight-day trek battling altitude sickness, basic camping conditions and freezing night-time temperatures for the charity climb

Showtime: The Love Island champion, 22, will face a gruelling eight-day trek battling altitude sickness, basic camping conditions and freezing night-time temperatures for the charity climb

The Love Island champion will face a gruelling eight-day trek battling altitude sickness, basic camping conditions and freezing night-time temperatures for the charity climb with fellow celebs.

And the brunette beauty admitted she is concerned about taking anti-Malarial tablets, due to fears about horrendous side-effects.  

She wrote: ‘Has anyone on here taken malaria tablets before any bad side effects? I’ve heard such horror stories and I’m worrying.’  

Malaria is a serious tropical disease spread by mosquitoes. Unless treated promptly, it can be fatal.

Fear: the brunette beauty admitted she is concerned about taking anti-Malarial tablets, due to fears about horrendous side-effects

Fear: the brunette beauty admitted she is concerned about taking anti-Malarial tablets, due to fears about horrendous side-effects

Fear: the brunette beauty admitted she is concerned about taking anti-Malarial tablets, due to fears about horrendous side-effects

WHAT IS MALARIA?

Malaria is a serious tropical disease spread by mosquitoes.

Unless treated promptly, it can be fatal.

Symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhoea, muscle pain, and aches and chills.

These usually occur seven to 18 days after infection.

The main risk areas are large regions of Africa and Asia, and Central and South America.

Malaria can be prevented by applying insect repellent, sleeping beneath a special net, and covering your arms and legs.

Antimalarial medication should be taken if necessary.

Treatment varies but may include antimalarial drugs.

Nearly half of the global population is at risk of malaria, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

In 2016 alone, there were an estimated 216 million cases of the disease – a rise of five million from the previous year – and around 445,000 deaths.

Source: NHS Choices

Symptoms include fever, headache, vomiting, diarrhoea, muscle pain, and aches and chills.

These usually occur seven to 18 days after infection, The main risk areas are large regions of Africa and Asia, and Central and South America.  

Anti-malarial medication can cause side effects including nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, headaches, insomnia, dizziness and vivid dreams.   

This comes as Dani admitted she will get emotional at the prospect of being separated from beau Jack Fincham during an appearance on This Morning.

Tough:  This comes as Dani admitted she will get emotional at the prospect of being separated from beau Jack Fincham during an appearance on Wednesday's episode of This Morning

Tough:  This comes as Dani admitted she will get emotional at the prospect of being separated from beau Jack Fincham during an appearance on Wednesday's episode of This Morning

Tough:  This comes as Dani admitted she will get emotional at the prospect of being separated from beau Jack Fincham during an appearance on Wednesday’s episode of This Morning

Miss you: Bar a brief split, the couple have gone from strength to strength since leaving the Love Island villa last summer despite his cocaine shame 

Miss you: Bar a brief split, the couple have gone from strength to strength since leaving the Love Island villa last summer despite his cocaine shame 

Miss you: Bar a brief split, the couple have gone from strength to strength since leaving the Love Island villa last summer despite his cocaine shame 

The star will join Little Mix’s Jade Thirlwall and Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Ed Balls, Alexander Armstrong, Dan Walker, Anita Rani, Osi Umenyiora and Shirley Ballas on the February expedition, set to air in a one-hour BBC documentary Kilimanjaro: The Return.    

As the show aired a clip of the excited reality star in training, she opened up about being away from her hunky love when she jets to Tanzania. 

She said: ‘I’ll be away for ten days and this is the longest me and Jack will be away from each other, I’ll probably will have a little cry, I’ll miss giving him a cuddle.’

Discussing how the tough conditions in Tanzania will impact on her beauty regime she said: ‘I like having lashes but I’m gonna try and go as natural as possible.’

Challenge: The Love Island winner, 22, will join celebs for the challenge set to air in a one-hour BBC documentary Kilimanjaro: The Return

Challenge: The Love Island winner, 22, will join celebs for the challenge set to air in a one-hour BBC documentary Kilimanjaro: The Return

Challenge: The Love Island winner, 22, will join celebs for the challenge set to air in a one-hour BBC documentary Kilimanjaro: The Return

The brunette beauty added her actor father Danny Dyer had given her ‘so much support’ ahead of the climb. 

Kilimanjaro: The Return takes place 10 years after the original excruciating 19,000 ft climb up Africa’s highest mountain led by Gary Barlow, which raised £1.5 million for Comic Relief. 

Power hitmaker Leigh-Anne said: ‘It’s so amazing to be part of this challenge for Comic Relief. I can’t wait to get to the top of Kilimanjaro and knowing that we are doing it for Comic Relief makes it incredibly special.’ 

Jade added: ‘Leigh-Anne and I went to Liberia in 2014 for Red Nose Day and we have seen first-hand how much work this incredible charity does and how much it is needed. The nerves are certainly starting to kick in for the climb, but I’m lucky I will have Leigh-Anne up there with me and I can’t wait to get stuck in with everyone!’ 

Smitten: She said: 'I'll be away for ten days and this is the longest me and Jack will be away from each other, I'll probably will have a little cry, I'll miss giving him a cuddle'

Smitten: She said: 'I'll be away for ten days and this is the longest me and Jack will be away from each other, I'll probably will have a little cry, I'll miss giving him a cuddle'

Smitten: She said: ‘I’ll be away for ten days and this is the longest me and Jack will be away from each other, I’ll probably will have a little cry, I’ll miss giving him a cuddle’

Strictly alumni Ed said: ‘It’s an amazing group of climbers, I’m especially looking forward to dancing up the mountain with Shirley Ballas. My whole family are beyond excited that Jade and Leigh-Anne of Little Mix will be scaling Africa’s highest mountain too.’  

Celebrities including Cheryl, Kimberley Walsh, Denise Van Outen and Ronan Keating took part in the risky ascent in 2009

Cheryl and Alesha were both struck by altitude sickness, with the former Mis-teeq rapper crawling her way to the summit.  

Red Nose Day 2019 will be broadcast live on Friday March 15 beginning at 7pm on BBC One.