"It is hard [to ease off] because, like, obviously we fancy each other, but [Ryan] didn't expect anything else from what it is in here," she said through tears.
"He said, "We have got completely different lives, how would it even work?" It's really confusing."
Paul cleverly suggested the quirky Brit should wait until after the series wraps to see if her feelings for Ryan are still as strong, however, she quickly rejected the idea.
"When you're around all these people, you're just stuck with them because you feel like you can't stop it and it's so hard. Because the thing is, I like him and I fancy him.
"I have a great time with him. We have so many laughs [and] I think he is so fit. He is everything I would want in a boyfriend. But right now, I don't want another boyfriend."
"I feel awful about it," she continued, wiping away tears.
This isn't the first time Charlotte has told her co-stars that she's disinterested in taking her romance with Ryan to the next level. As we know, the star only split from her long-term boyfriend in November 2018, so it makes sense she needs time to be on her own.
"I've just come out of a really serious relationship. Before that one I got in a relationship really fast from another serious relationship so I feel like, all together, I’ve been in a relationship for three years," she told popular Aussie comedian Tanya Hennessy.