The Traitors winner Harry Clark addresses Mollie Pearce romance rumours and admits he ‘owes her 100%’ after THAT nail-biting final

The Traitors star Harry Clark, 23, has addressed his relationship with fellow finalist Mollie Pearce following the nail-biting finale of the smash hit show on Friday.

Series two winner Harry made an appearance on This Morning on Monday to talk about his big win, a moment which saw 6.9 million tune in.

The nail-biting final saw Harry clinch the £95,000 prize money after convincing a distraught Mollie during the final vote that he was a Faithful.

Mollie, 21, was visibly devastated, screaming ‘f***’ and storming out of the castle  after Harry revealed his true identity, leaving him the sole winner of the prize pot. 

Harry has now addressed rumours that the pair are still feuding, months on from when the finale was filmed. 

The Traitors star Harry Clark has addressed his relationship with fellow finalist Mollie Pearce following the nail-biting finale of the smash hit show on Friday

Mollie, 21, was visibly devastated, screaming 'f***' before storming out of the castle, after Harry revealed his true identity, leaving him the sole winner of the prize pot

Harry has now addressed rumours that the pair are still feuding, months on from when the finale was filmed

The nail-biting final saw Harry clinch the £95,000 prize money after convincing a distraught Mollie during the final vote that he was a Faithful 

He insisted that ‘there was no romance involved’ with the model, pointing out ‘I have an amazing girlfriend who I love dearly.’

Calling Mollie ‘a really close friend,’ Harry went on to reveal how his co-star sought him out after the final vote was filmed and they shared an emotional moment. 

‘That shows our bond because when it all finished she was still worried about me and she didn’t me to feel like she hated me,’ Harry explained on This Morning. 

‘She is amazing, she wanted to see me. She gave me a massive hug and said “I love you and hate you at the same time”.’

Harry also admitted: ‘I owe Mollie 100%,’ after Mollie revealed that Harry had promised her a holiday to make up for his back-stabbing.

After previously explaining that he hadn’t received his prize money, Harry told Rylan Clark and Rochelle Humes that he collected his jackpot ‘on the way here this morning.’

He also insisted he doesn’t know how he made it to the final, confessing ‘I have the worst poker face in the world. My family always knows if I’m lying but in there I don’t know what happened.’

‘When I sat there, I wanted to be a Traitor so bad but Claudia made me nervous. In that moment in time I thought how am I going to pull of a lie.’

Calling Mollie ' a really close friend,' Harry went on to reveal how his co-star sought him out after the final was filmed and they shared an emotional moment

Calling Mollie ‘ a really close friend,’ Harry went on to reveal how his co-star sought him out after the final was filmed and they shared an emotional moment

Harry also admitted: 'I owe Mollie 100%,' after Mollie previously revealed that Harry had promised her a holiday to make up for his back-stabbing

Harry also admitted: ‘I owe Mollie 100%,’ after Mollie previously revealed that Harry had promised her a holiday to make up for his back-stabbing

After previously revealing that he hadn't received his prize money, Harry told Rylan Clark and Rochelle Humes that he collected his jackpot 'on the way here this morning'

After previously revealing that he hadn’t received his prize money, Harry told Rylan Clark and Rochelle Humes that he collected his jackpot ‘on the way here this morning’

Speaking on Monday’s episode of Lorraine, Mollie revealed her side of the story with Harry explaining that things are ‘fine’ between them as she revealed how their first meeting went after that dramatic final.

Mollie explained: ‘We are fine. There was always a chance someone was going to be lying to you. I was super close to Miles as well so two massive betrayals in there… 

‘The friendships are real. But you can lose them because of the game.’

Recalling seeing Harry again after he pocketed the prize fund, she revealed: ‘He said sorry, of course he did. I had my moment, which I needed. We all saw me walk out. 

‘I managed to talk to my parents and my boyfriend and they helped me get my head screwed back on. And they were like, you’re fine, we’re so proud of you. 

‘And then I saw Harry and think I called him another naughty word and then we hugged and went back to normal. He won fair and square.’ 

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