An Apprentice star and Brexit Party candidate appears to be looking to leave the single market.
Eagle-eyed Romeos spotted the profile on the dating app Tinder that is claimed to belong to Michelle Dewberry.
The profile features snaps of the 40-year-old hopeful MP and former winner of the BBC reality show The Apprentice, who is making her second attempt to become an MP in her hometown of Hull.
Dewberry was revealed to be running as a candidate for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party only last week.
She also appears to be in the running for love – and has some strict policies, according to the Tinder profile.
According to her profile, Michelle does not want to date smokers, cheaters, “dimwits” or “intense Corbyn supporters.”
She describes herself as “fun, intelligent and kind” and “excited to start the next chapter of life and find someone awesome to share it with”.
The profile on the dating app added Michelle was on a search for something serious: “I believe in monogamy and honesty,” she added. “If you don’t, swipe left.”
The budding MP and Sky News pundit flung herself into the dating pool with a striking new image with one photo showing her sporting an eye catching glossy black dress.
The singleton and staunch Brexiteer, who turned 40 last month, was unveiled as the new candidate for the Brexit Party in Hull West and Hessle earlier this week.
Looking stunning in glasses and a figure hugging dress – with zips – Michelle posted a series of dazzling pictures to wow the guys in her quest for love.
She described herself as self-employed, fun, intelligent and kind and says she is excited to start the next chapter of life and find someone awesome to share it with.
Michelle previously joined the dating app briefly following her split with her boyfriend Anthony, 32, in 2017 but soon left again.
She rejoined earlier this year in her search for romance.
She hit the headlines by winning the second series of The Apprentice in 2006, securing a £100,000 job with Alan Sugar.
After winning the BBC business talent show, the Hull lass dated co-competitor Syed Ahmed.
The outspoken TV star, who no longer speaks with Lord Sugar, has revealed her difficult childhood which resulted in her contemplating suicide.