Curtis Pritchard ditches boohoo event with Maura Higgins in favour of Thorpe Park's Fright Night

CURTIS Pritchard ditched Maura Higgins' Ireland Boohoo launch in favour of attending Thorpe Park's Fright Night.

The Love Island couple spent another important night apart after being dogged with claims their relationship is fake.

Curtis, 23, and Irish siren Maura have only had a handful of public appearances together since leaving the villa two months ago.

And last night Curtis posed for photos with actors at the launch of the theme park's Halloween event as Maura headed to her native country for her second fashion launch with boohoo.

She was joined by a host of Love Island stars, but notably not Curtis, and posed for photos with Love Island champ Amber Gill, India Reynolds and boxer Tommy Fury.

The fashion bash – held at The Devlin Hotel Ranelagh – was also attended by Anna Vakili, Kendall-Rae Knight, Gabby Allen, Harley Brash and Kady McDermott.

Maura, 28, told Sun Online earlier this month that she doesn't "need to prove how happy we are."

She claimed they DO spend a lot of time together – but don't like to share their private moments.

Maura said: "We just don't put everything on social media – and I'm not going to just to prove to other people we're happy.

"We know we're happy. We spend so much time together. We make time for each other. It's just so nice having nights together just chilling and watching a movie."

Meanwhile, the couple haven't been seen together since Curtis accidentally ruined Maura's brother's surprise birthday party.

Last week, he announced she'd secretly flown to Ireland for it – live on TV.

The ballroom dancer let slip the news on Good Morning Britain when he was put on the spot over their relationship by hosts Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway.

When asked where Maura is, the star, who has been hit by claims he is faking his relationship with her, said: "She's gone to Ireland I believe.

"I can't say what for, because it's a surprise.

"I don't want to say it, in case her brother is watching, because it is for a surprise.

"It's her brother's birthday and it's a surprise party. There, I've said it. I hope he isn't watching!"



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