Olivia Attwood looks stunning as she enjoys a romantic dinner with her fiancé Bradley Dack

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Olivia Attwood looks stunning in a busty three-piece beige trouser suit as she enjoys a romantic dinner with her fiancé Bradley Dack

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Olivia Attwood showed off her style credentials as she enjoyed a romantic dinner with her fiancé Bradley Dack at San Carlo in Manchester on Saturday evening. 

The former Love Island star, 30, and the Blackburn Rovers footballer, 28, put on a loved-up display as they arrived at the trendy restaurant.

Olivia turned heads in an impeccable beige three-piece trouser suit as she showcased her ample cleavage in a matching bustier top.

Power couple: Olivia Attwood showed off her style credentials as she enjoyed a romantic dinner with her fiancé Bradley Dack at San Carlo in Manchester on Saturday evening

Power couple: Olivia Attwood showed off her style credentials as she enjoyed a romantic dinner with her fiancé Bradley Dack at San Carlo in Manchester on Saturday evening

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Staying with the neutral tone trend, she finished off the look with a pair of pointed toe heels and toted her possessions in one of her beloved Chanel flap bags. 

Her bright blonde locks were parted in the middle and were styled in stunning soft waves as she framed her face with a pair of oversized glasses. 

Her footballer partner Bradley looked very suave in a navy blazer and matching polo neck.

He furnished the dapper look with a pair of white trainers, while complementing his fiancée’s look by donning a pair of beige trousers.  

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Ever so stylish: Staying with the neutral tone trend, she finished off the look with a pair of pointed toe heels and toted her possessions in one of her beloved Chanel flap bags

Ever so stylish: Staying with the neutral tone trend, she finished off the look with a pair of pointed toe heels and toted her possessions in one of her beloved Chanel flap bags

The outing comes after Olivia recently revealed that she could have been an Olympic track star if she wasn’t overtrained as a teenager – sparking a heart problem.

The reality favourite is competing in new ITV series The Games and returning to a sports’ environment has brought back painful memories of her former athletics days.

She admitted to breaking down in training after speaking to one of the show’s coaches about her unfulfilled potential that left her feeling ‘heartbroken’.

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'My history with running is sad': It comes after Olivia said she could have been an Olympic track star if she wasn't overtrained as a teenager – sparking a heart problem

‘My history with running is sad’: It comes after Olivia said she could have been an Olympic track star if she wasn’t overtrained as a teenager – sparking a heart problem

Olivia said: ‘My history with running is a bit sad. I used to run at national and county level – it’s weird because some of the coaches here know some of my old coaches.

‘I got to a high standard and I was one of those unfortunate cases with young athletes who got overtrained.  

‘I overtrained to the point where I was emaciated and I ended up with a swollen heart valve because we would run six days a week. 

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‘We were running long distance and I had chest pain, I had a big competition coming up and went to the doctor, and he said the chest pain is an enlarged valve from the amount of training, and I never stepped foot back on the track again.

'I ended up with a swollen heart valve': Olivia is competing in The Games and returning to a sports' environment brought back memories of her former athletics days (pictured aged 13)

‘I ended up with a swollen heart valve’: Olivia is competing in The Games and returning to a sports’ environment brought back memories of her former athletics days (pictured aged 13)

‘You have to live six months of sedentary lifestyle to recover and then you can go back in but I was heartbroken, at that age people PB (personal best) every single weekend there was no way I was ever getting back to that level after six months.’

Olivia, who appeared on the 2017 series of Love Island when she coupled up with Chris Hughes, 29, says The Games has acted as a ‘healing process’ for her previous ‘trauma’.

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And she admitted that 15 years away from the track – as well as ‘drinking and smoking’ – has ‘taken its toll’ as she is nowhere near the level she was.

Olivia explained: ‘Being part of this and getting back into a sport environment was crazy.

'Heartbroken': Olivia, who appeared on the 2017 series of Love Island when she coupled up with Chris Hughes, says The Games has acted as a 'healing process' for her previous 'trauma'

‘Heartbroken’: Olivia, who appeared on the 2017 series of Love Island when she coupled up with Chris Hughes, says The Games has acted as a ‘healing process’ for her previous ‘trauma’

‘One night I was talking to one of the coaches and I just burst out crying. It’s a bit of trauma and memories I had suppressed that I didn’t even know I had.

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‘When I stepped out on the track and I could smell the rubber I was like “oh my God, this is so weird.”

‘It has been a lot harder than I thought it would be but also – it sounds really millennial – but healing. Fifteen years of partying and smoking has taken its toll.’

Olivia will be competing against Spice Girl Mel B’s daughter Phoenix Brown, model Christine McGuinness, Emmerdale’s Rebecca Starker, singer Chelcee Grimes and newsreader Lucrezia Millarini in the The Games, which airs on ITV this month.

  • The Games starts Monday 9th May at 9pm on ITV 
'It has been a lot harder than I thought': Olivia admits that 15 years away from the track – as well as 'drinking and smoking' – has 'taken its toll' as she is nowhere near the level she was

‘It has been a lot harder than I thought’: Olivia admits that 15 years away from the track – as well as ‘drinking and smoking’ – has ‘taken its toll’ as she is nowhere near the level she was 

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