Nicola Roberts ended her six-year relationship with her boyfriend Charlie Fennell last year as she felt their romance had come to an end.
Nicola Roberts has split from her boyfriend.
The former Girls Aloud singer reportedly called time on her six-year relationship with businessman Charlie Fennell late last year after their romance fizzled out.
A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: ''Nicola and Charlie split at the tail end of last year. They just kind of grew apart - they had a great run but they both felt their relationship had come to an end.''
The 28-year-old beauty - who had pet pooches Ronnie and Reggie with Charlie - is enjoying the single life and doesn't feel ready to settle down just yet.
The source explained: ''Nicola is really enjoying being single again. She's been back out partying loads and is really enjoying making new friends and being out at showbiz parties. She's definitely still single, and she's not looking to settle down quite so much so soon.''
Nicola - who previously said she wants ''masses'' of children - insisted earlier this year that she's not looking to start a family any time soon, but hopes to eventually.
She said: ''It's in my future but not in my near future.''
Meanwhile, Nicola's ex-bandmate Cheryl Cole married her beau Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini earlier this month following a whirlwind three-month romance.
The other Girls Aloud members are also getting ready to settle down as Kimberley Walsh is expecting her first child with long-term boyfriend Justin Scott, Nadine Coyle gave birth to her daughter Anaiya in February and Sarah Harding is happily dating DJ Mark One.
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