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Maura Higgins parties with her Love Island co-stars as she enjoys first night out since becoming single

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MAURA Higgins partied with her Love Island co-stars tonight as she enjoyed her first night out since her break up.

The newly single reality TV star let her hair down at her shoe launch party with pals Lucy Donlan, Francesca Allen and Joanna Chimonides.

Maura was all smiles as she walked in front of the group of girls.

Earlier in the evening she'd been joined by her best pal Molly-Mae Hague who had dinner with the rest of the women before the event.

It was the first time they'd all reunited at an indoor event this year as the latest lockdown restrictions were eased today.

"Off to my girl's launch party," said Lucie on Instagram.

"Proud of you."

Maura has been trying to keep busy since her shock split with Love Island's Chris Taylor earlier this month.

She's formed a support bubble with Molly-Mae and the pair have been enjoying dinners out, girly nights in and spa trips away.

Maura broke the news on Instagram that she and Chris, 30, had parted ways after realising they were better off as friends.

The couple, who met on Love Island, revealed their friendship had turned into romance in November of last year, but just six months later they called it quits.

The 30-year-old - famed for her “fanny flutters” catchphrase and no-nonsense attitude - said in January Chris was "the one" and was desperate for him to propose.

She had previously told The Sun on Sunday: “We’re very much in love and we use the L-word a lot. I look into the future and see myself with a family.

“I don’t want a baby any time soon, but when I’m ready and settled. I want to be married before I have a baby, so Chris better hurry up and give me that engagement ring, because I’m not getting any younger.”

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