Jenny Powell, 52, and Love Island star Charlie Brake, 25, continue to forge an unlikely friendship as she calls him ‘warm and tender’ after fans ask whether she’s his girlfriend or mother

They recently left fans confused when they appeared to enjoy a night out together.

And Jenny Powell and Charlie Brake continued to forge an unlikely friendship as she called him ‘warm and tender’ under a post he shared to Instagram from his Dubai getaway over the weekend.

The Wheel Of Fortunes star, 52, shared the playful remark as the Love Island personality, 25, uploaded an image of steak, alongside the caption: ‘You are what you eat.’

The socialite was updating his social media followers on his trip to Nusr-Et Steakhouse.

Host Jenny and heir Charlie appeared to have grown closer ever since they were pictured together at a London soirée.

As the pair mingled with guests at the exclusive bash, where guests’ cocktails included a CBD-infused gin, the reality star posted a photo of them posing together – prompting fans to ask if she’s his new girlfriend or mother.

‘Is that his mum,’ asked one follower, while another echoed that sentiment as they stated: ‘Thought that was his mam.’

On the other end of the assumption spectrum, another follower remarked: ‘The romance we never thought we needed until now.’

‘Your new bird,’ said a fan, while another man branded the multi-millionaire reality star a ‘lucky lucky man’.

Even his fellow Love Island stars got in on the action, with Charlie Frederick urging: ‘Go on then,’ while Jordan Adefay joked that he’d ‘pulled’.

However, fans hoping for a hot new showbiz romance are set to be disappointed, as Jenny is engaged to sports therapist Martin Lowe.

The presenter divorced her ex-husband Toby Baxendale in 2009 after a three-year marriage, with the former couple sharing daughters Constance, 19, and Pollyanna, 11.

Last year, the brunette spoke with Kate Thornton during an appearance on the White Wine Question Time podcast about meeting Martin by chance in 2016.

She recalled: ‘I was in Pret a Manger at Euston waiting to get the train back up to Manchester and this Adonis walks in, I thought, “Bloody hell, he’s alright”.

‘And I just put my head down because I was ogling him, and this shadow loomed over me and it was him asking if he could sit down.’ Read More!!

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