(fashion) Anthea Turner has become engaged to her beau Mark Armstrong after five months of dating.
The happy news comes seven years after her split from ex-husband Grant Bovey in 2013 after he cheated on her with a woman half her age.
But Anthea Turner has reportedly moved on from her doomed marriage as she's apparently dating tycoon Mark Armstrong.
Happy couple: Anthea Turner, 59, has become engaged to her toyboy beau Mark Armstrong after five months of dating
According to reports earlier this month, the TV personality is said to be 'smitten' with her new man.
The Sun On Sunday reported that the ex-GMTV star met Mark at private members club in March, with the two hitting it off straight away.
A source told the publication: 'Anthea has had a rocky few years, and had almost given up on finding love again.
'But she met Mark at London’s Wellington club and they hit it off straight away. He’s half-Italian, very charismatic and good looking - plus a few years younger, which is a boon.
'He fancied her straight away and they swapped details - Mark immediately asked her out, and it went from there.'
Moving on: The happy news comes seven years after her split from ex-husband Grant Bovey in 2013 after he cheated on her with a woman half her age
Moving on: According to reports, the TV personality is said to be 'smitten' with her toyboy beau following her split from cheating ex-husband Grant Bovey in 2013 (pictured in 2012)
They added that while it's 'early days', the couple are 'smitten' with each other, with Mark thinking they have a 'future' together.
MailOnline have contacted a representative for Anthea for comment.
In May this year, Anthea told how she hasn't given up on love and is looking for a man to share 'great sex' with following the 'tough' divorce.
Speaking to Best magazine, she said: 'Getting divorced from [ex-husband] Grant [Bovey] was very, very tough. But I have not given up on love'.
'I am dating, I am holding auditions. It sounds very Whitney Houston, but you have to make yourself the greatest love - learn to accept yourself, and then you can bring someone else into your life.'
'I don't need someone to have kids with or help me buy a house. But I do