El­lie Gould­ing dates her per­sonal trainer?

Jamaica Gleaner - - ENTERTAINMENT -

EL­LIE GOULD­ING is re­port­edly start­ing up a re­la­tion­ship with her per­sonal trainer.

The 29-year-old mu­si­cian has been get­ting close to judo cham­pion Bobby Rich – who has also worked on fit­ness regimes for the likes of David Beck­ham and Guy Ritchie – and al­though she is re­port­edly “still sin­gle”, the chance of a bud­ding ro­mance be­tween the pair is “very promis­ing”.

A source told the Sun­day Mir­ror news­pa­per: “[El­lie and Bobby] are get­ting on very well. El­lie is still sin­gle.

“They’re very close and both very keen on per­sonal fit­ness and get on well with each other’s friends, too, so it looks very promis­ing.”

But Bobby will have to fight off com­pe­ti­tion from the Still Fall­ing For You hit­maker’s for­mer beau, Dougie Poyn­ter, as the 28-year-old McFly bassist pre­vi­ously claimed that he and El­lie both still “love each other very much”, de­spite split­ting in March this year.

He said: “We love each other very much. We are the best of friends. We hung out at Coachella, like all day, with her friends and my friends.

“It was re­ally, re­ally cool. Ev­ery­thing is to­tally fine. It’s just both be­ing all over the place. Like I said, we still get on re­ally well.


“She’s one of the most amaz­ing peo­ple I’ve ever met. But just right now, it’s hard. I’m sin­gle now.”

The news also comes af­ter the Starry Eyed singer pre­vi­ously claimed she felt her re­la­tion­ship with the Love Is Easy mu­si­cian was “un­fin­ished”, and hinted she was hope­ful they could rec­on­cile.

She said: “I hope so. We have some­thing I know is spe­cial and I think other peo­ple see it – my friends see it; my fam­ily sees it ... but I think some things are just kind of un­fin­ished, an un­fin­ished story. I hope so – he’s a real gem and he’s do­ing so well and he’s keep­ing busy, as am I. I hope so. He’s a great guy.”

We are ready to grow our econ­omy! Khadene ‘Ms Kitty’ Hyl­ton (left) shares a light mo­ment with Min­is­ter of Cul­ture, Sport and En­ter­tain­ment Baby Grange and Chris Dehring CEO Ready TV, at the Economic Growth Coun­cil sign­ing cer­e­mony at the Courtleigh Au­di­to­rium re­cently.

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