Kris Boyson and Bianca Gascoigne try to avoid being spotted together days after his ex Katie Price's engagement

KRIS Boyson has been spotted having an intimate dinner with his ex Bianca Gascoigne just days after his former fiancée Katie Price announced her engagement.

The pair shared a posh meal at ROKA in Mayfair but Kris seemed determined to keep it a secret as he hid his face from photographers and even tried hiding under a table.

During their dinner the pair chatted closely ahead of their appearance on Ex On The Beach together.

The MTV show's bosses are hoping for a huge clash… or something more romantic when the couple are reunited.

The pair's representative told The Sun: "Kris and Bianca are still friends but they are not back together, they were having a business meeting."

The Sun exclusively revealed the pair had split in February with Bianca calling time on their their near year-long romance after becoming too busy with their respective businesses.



A spokesperson for the pair revealed: “Bianca and Kris have decided to part ways and are no longer in a relationship. 

“But they remain friends and no others parties were involved in their split. 

“They have both started new businesses and these have meant their time together has become less frequent.”

Bianca and Kris moved in together just weeks after beginning dating when lockdown forced their hand.











Fitness entrepreneur Kris was engaged to Katie Price, 42, in 2019 before announcing their split months later.

Katie has since moved on with businessman Carl Woods and announced their engagement this week.

Earlier this year Kris revealed in an interview that lockdown had affected the couple’s relationship – but he was full of praise for his now ex.

"She’s great, I mean she’s an absolute diamond," he told FUBAR radio.





"With lockdown, you can’t even go on a date. Do you know what I mean? You can’t even go out for a nice bit of food.

"She’s so supportive, she appreciates what I’m doing for work and she really helps out with it. 

“It’s nice to have someone that’s nice and supportive and understands what you do."

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