Geordie Shore babe Vicky Pattison has left fans swooning after she posted an adorable post about her boyfriend Ercan Ramadan.
The TV babe, who found fame on the wild MTV show alongside Charlotte Crosby and Gaz Beadle, took to social media to gush over her man after a cute Valentine's Day weekend together.
Sharing a snap of herself an Ercan looking happier than ever, Vicky wrote: "I am really grateful that I have you in my life Ercan.
"With so much cruelty and uncertainty I can always count on you to be here for me."
Vicky added a gif to the post which read: "I love you to the moon and back."
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Daily Star Online first revealed the couple were dating in January last year after they were spotted wrapped up in each other during a stay at exclusive retreat Soho Farmhouse.
Vicky later posted on her main feed comparison shots of her looking glammed up at the start of the weekend to going make-up free at the end.
Keen to use her fame for good, Vicky captioned the host: "Please do your bit to make social media a safe place for people to express themselves without judgement or retribution.
"It should be an environment where people can support one another, spread kindness, inspire others and use their platform for good but somehow it has grown into something different and people use it to spread hate, their criticisms and twisted opinions of others laden with venom and malice."
In light of the tragic death of Love Island host Caroline Flack, Vicky continued: "Freedom of speech does not mean insulting everyone as you wish simply because it is your ‘opinion.’
"It is cyber bullying, it is trolling and in extreme cases it is hate speech- which again may come as a real shock to some folks but it is illegal.
"Instagram, online forums, the comments section on media outlets – all of these mediums have given everyone a chance to anonymously dehumanise and degrade people in the public eye and others – when you know nothing about them other than what a newspaper or a magazine tells you to believe."
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