Declan Donnelly seems to have finally found love again, as it has been reported he is dating his long-term manager Ali Astall.

The 'Britain's Got Talent' host - one half of Ant & Dec - is said to have grown close to Ali after ten years of working together, and the couple have enjoyed months of secret dates.

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Declan Donnelly

According to The Sun, the pair have now confirmed their romance to family and friends, and she has told her bosses at celebrity agency James Grant Management.

A source told the paper: "They've adored each other for years and people have often thought they were together - but it's only recently they finally became an item. They kept it quiet for ages but are at last coming to terms with being a couple in public."

They are now thought to be on a romantic holiday, after a trip with Dec's TV partner Anthony McPartlin and his wife Lisa Armstrong.

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Dec with his TV partner Ant

It's Decs first proper relationship since splitting with Sky Sports presenter Georgie Thompson in 2011.

He previously dated '2point4 Children' star Claire Buckfield for 11 years, before they split in 2003.

Most recently he was linked to 'I'm A Celebrity...' contestant and former Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts.

She even seemed to confirm the rumours back in March, telling The Mirror: "We're trying to keep it out of the public eye. We're just getting to know each other. We're having fun, but I'm single."

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