Melanie Sykes has been snapped with her gondolier beau shortly after reuniting in Venice.
The TV and radio presenter, 50, was snapped last month piling on the PDA with Riccardo Simionato in the romantic city.
And now they’ve been seen together again, sharing a smooch after Melanie made her way out to Italy.
They were papped kissing in the street, before stopping for a spot of lunch.
Melanie wore a chic pink jumper paired with white trousers and a scarf to chase away the chill, and donned a denim jacket when the two of them sat down to lunch.
Riccardo, meanwhile, was clad in the gondolier uniform he wore when they were first photographed together.
Proving they’re the real deal, handsome Riccardo took Melanie onto his gondola for a trip about the city’s famous and picturesque canal network.
Nor is Melanie shy with their blossoming romance, tagging Riccardo on one of her most recent Instagram offerings.
It’s thought Riccardo first caught her eye when she was taking in the sites with one of her girlfriends.
And Melanie’s shrugged off the critics of their 27-year age gap, insisting she found it “difficult to care” what people thought because she was “experiencing so much joy.”
The new romance comes after her split from comedian and actor Steve Coogan.
Melanie and Steve were thought to have dated for just under a year after meeting at a party for his film Stan and Ollie.
She’s also believed to have dated Olly Murs, who bonded over their passion for fitness.
And she’s been married twice – to Jack Caltagirone between 2001 and 2009, and to Jack Cockings between 2013 and 2016.
She shares sons Roman, 18, and Valentino, 16, with Tudors actor and first husband Jack.
Melanie recently paid tribute to TV veteran and pal Des O’Connor following his sad death.
She took to Instagram with a snap of them both, penning an emotional paragraph to the entertainment legend.
She wrote: “Des had the softest hands of anyone I ever met and the kindest of hearts. He had talent in every fibre of his being and was stubborn as a mule.”
Melanie added: “Darling Des you will be forever missed. Melanie x.”