House Rules host Kyly Clarke is all loved up once more - and she's coined a new couple name to prove it.
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The mum-of-one is currently dating former flame supercar driver James Courtney, with the pair enjoying a whirlwind romance over the past few months.
They even enjoyed a romantic getaway to northern New South Wales over the weekend, marking the occasion with a happy snap on social media.
"#today," Kyly wrote on Instagram. "So many reasons to smile @jcourtney • the laughter never stops."
She ended the post with the hashtag #Jaly - a combination of their names Kyly and James.
James regrammed the sweet pic via his own account, writing: "The #Jaly Northern NSW tour continues.... @kylyclarke"
Many of Kyly's 69k followers flocked to the comments section to share their excitement and well wishes for the couple.
"My heart melts to see you happy," one friend wrote.
"Aww happy for you! Much deserved happiness," another added.
On James' post, a fan penned: "Awesome shot JC. You both look very relaxed. Enjoy."
A second cheekily weighed in with: "Would make cute kids just saying."
In October, a source told the
Daily Telegraph that the pair were well and truly enjoying their love bubble.
"It is early days but they are very happy," they said.
"They dated about 20 years ago after meeting through friends and family."
Kyly and James rekindled their romance following Kyly's high-profile split from her cricket legend husband Michael Clarke.
In November 2018 Michael was snapped
hanging out on a $16 million superyacht with his bikini-clad former personal assistant Sasha Armstrong.
By the end of 2019, rumours were rife that the Clarkes' marriage was on the rocks, with the pair formally announcing their split in February 2020.
"After living apart for some time, we have made the difficult decision to separate as a couple, amicably," Michael and Kyly said in a statement.
"With the greatest of respect for each other, we've come to the mutual conclusion that this is the best course for us to take while committed to the co-parenting of our daughter."