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Saturday 18th January 2020

Paul Hollywood's ex Summer Monteys-Fullam says she's "enjoying being single"

She hasn't ruled out appearing on TV herself, either

Summer Monteys-Fullam insists she has no interest in dating - despite splitting from Bake Off star Paul Hollywood a month ago.

The former barmaid, 22, reportedly 'dumped' Paul, 53, after he asked her to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

And Summer now says that she's "enjoying" the single life.

Speaking to, she said: "After everything that's happened, I don't want to date anyone.

It's been reported that Summer 'dumped' Hollywood (Credit: Keith Mayhew/Cover Images)

Read more: Paul Hollywood breaks his silence on claims he was 'dumped by Summer Monteys-Fullam'

"I'm enjoying being single – it means I can come out and have a girls' night with my best friend."

Earlier this week, Summer reportedly denied she is dating model and fellow horse lover Matt Harnacke.

After everything that's happened, I don't want to date anyone.

There was speculation on social media that the two were romantically involved after she liked a few of his social media posts.

But Summer wrote on Instagram: "I had liked a few of Matt Harnacke's posts because I think he is an incredible horseman, and I feel I can relate to his posts of him and his horses."

Hollywood reportedly asked Summer to sign a disclosure agreement (Credit:

Read more: Summer Monteys-Fullam says she's been 'betrayed' by ex Paul Hollywood

Summer might not be up for meeting anyone new at the moment, but  she might fancy a change of scene.

She told that she's had offers to appear on television - and hinted that she could even be tempted to appear on a certain jungle reality series.

"There is talk about me doing I'm A Celebrity," she said. "You never know. I don't know if I want to stay in the public eye. I'll just see what happens."

Could Summer be heading for the jungle? (Credit: ITV)

Following the claims he'd been dumped by Summer, Paul took to Instagram to have his say on the matter.

He wrote: "Take what’s read with a pinch of salt and read between the lines.

"I know the public can't be duped into believing what's out there from a person making money selling stories and continuously courting the paps."

He concluded: "There's always two sides to a story, you've only heard one. But alas I don't play those games."

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