Zara McDermott mocks boyfriend Sam Thompson for gaming too close to the screen as they move on from cheating scandal

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ZARA McDermott has confirmed she and boyfriend Sam Thompson are definitely back in the game by publicly poking fun out of him.

The Love Island star, 24, shared a snap of her fella online and ribbed him for sitting too close to the telly screen while gaming.

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Zara McDermott has proved her relationship with Sam Thompson is back on track[/caption]

Zara asked her Instagram followers: “Anyone else’s boyfriend have to get REAAAAALLLLYYYYY close to the screen when they game?”

Alongside ‘crying with laughter’ emojis, she addd: “He gets so into it, when someone shoots him in the game he ducks and moves from side to side in real life.”

Zara and Made In Chelsea star Sam, 28, are believed to have rekindled their romance in November, having split up in September.

The break up came amid news that Zara cheated on Sam while appearing on The X Factor: Celebrity last year.

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The couple are believed to have reunited last month[/caption]

Sam later admitted that he was receiving therapy to help come to terms with her infidelity.

Last week, Zara revealed the secret tattoo she’d had done in tribute to Sam “a while back”.

The reality star took to Instagram and unveiled an inking of a crescent moon and a star on her ankle.

She captioned the pic: “I got this little tat a while back. I got it for Sam.

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Zara recently revealed a tattoo she’d had done in honour of Sam[/caption]

“‘I love you more than the moons and the stars.”

Sam then shared the love by posting a photograph of himself grinning as Zara cuddled up to him.


He wrote alongside it: “I love you, and when I’m with you I feel like I’m on a nimbus 2000…that’s all I need to know 🙂❤.”

Sam did, however, turn the comments off on the Instagram post.

It is believed this was to stop him from reading fans’ thoughts on his rekindled relationship with Zara.

 

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