TOWIE star Amber Turner took a swipe at ex Dan Edgar as she opened up about what she’s looking for in her next relationship.
Amber, 30, and Dan, 33, stunned fans after calling it quits in May after six years of dating.
Since then, the pair have had some awkward encounters in the latest series of the ITVBe reality show.
But the drama doesn’t end there, as Amber appears to be making jokes about her ex off camera.
In her latest post, the blonde beauty shared a quote that read, “Forget the honeymoon phase, I just want to be hot and happy with someone who is as obsessed with me as I am with him.”
In recent episodes, Amber broke down in tears as she expressed that Dan never truly “loved” her and it broke her heart that they were on opposite pages throughout their relationship.
Dan insisted he had tried to mend their relationship before the split, but Amber said it was too late.
She then told her friends Chloe Meadows and Courtney Green that she wanted her next partner to be “obsessed” with her.
Last month The Sun revealed the pair had been fighting over their dog Oliver after pictures showed them confronting each other in the UK.
Since then, fans have been worried about who will keep their Goldendoodle after the breakup.
But we can now exclusively reveal that Amber has sole custody of Oliver, her beloved dog who she and Dan have shared throughout their relationship.
Dan told The Sun about his fears about being separated from Oliver, saying: “That’s what I was most worried about.”
But he explains that Amber’s mother has stepped in to help care for her while he sees the puppy “from time to time.”
“Amber’s mom is really good with the dog,” Dan said.
“I’ve moved out now and Amber is staying in the house for a long time.
“It’s just around the corner from her mother, who has a family dog that Oliver gets on really well with.”
“When Amber is away, her mother takes the dog with her, but I still see the dog every now and then.
“It’s one of those things…for the first time in my life I had to deal with it.”
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“I’m like, ‘What should I do about it?’, it’s strange. There’s a bond with the dog and I want to help her with him, but then we talk…”
Dan added: “We only communicate through the dog. It’s like having a child.”