Amber Rose Gill, the winner of Love Island, keeps sparking rumors that she’s dating Scottish footballer Jen Beattie of Arsenal.
By jointly posting a cute photo of themselves enjoying a hot beverage together, the couple gave yet another indication that they are more than simply good friends.
As the Arsenal footballer and reality actress have appeared to spend more time together over the past few weeks and have been unable to dismiss relationship rumors, fans have been beyond themselves with excitement.
Amber and Jen shared the identical photo from London’s Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park on Instagram on Tuesday, December 13 in an effort to escape the bitter cold that is now gripping most of the nations in Europe.
The holiday illustration included a couple holding blue and black cups against a background of fairground rides.
After sharing a video of herself at an Arsenal game last week, fans believe Amber has already declared their relationship to be official.
The 25-year-old ex-beautician was in the stands at Emirates Arena on Wednesday, supporting the Arsenal women’s team jersey as they faced Juventus.
The post’s caption read: “When you have no idea what’s going on but you want to be supportive.”
Jen also shared an Instagram Story in which she appeared to be waving at the boxes while using the heart-eyes emoji.
Fans erupted over Amber’s potential relationship revelation beneath the image. “She’s with Jen Beattie,” one person wrote.
Amber previously hinted about a new romance on TikTok last week, miming to the following audio: “There is no way in this whole wide world that I would ever, ever, ever cheat on my girl.”
Amber Rose Gill
Amber Rose Gill, an author and television personality from England, was born on August 4, 1997. She triumphed in the fifth season of Love Island in 2019.
Since then, she has presented The Full Treatment (2021) on ITV and participated in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins on Channel 4. (2022). Gill published her first romance book, Until I Met You, in 2022 as well.
Beginning on Day 1, she entered the villa along with Callum Macleod, Anton Danyluk, Michael Griffiths, and Ovie Soko.
She eventually won the series on July 29, defeating the odds-on favorites Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague, with rugby union star Greg O’Shea, who entered on Day 44.
Although the public first found Gill to be unpopular, attitudes on her eventually shifted, with viewers saying that they “judged [her] too fast.”
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She has since appeared as a guest on a number of different television programs, including Love Island: Aftersun, This Morning, Good Morning Britain, Loose Women, Strictly Come Dancing: It Takes Two, Lorraine, and Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
Along with Misspap, she also launched a clothing business.
Jennifer Patricia Beattie, a Scottish professional footballer who competes for Arsenal in the FA WSL and the Scotland national team, was born on May 13, 1991. Beattie is a right-footed player who is tall and powerful.
Although she usually plays as a defender or midfielder, she is a skilled goal scorer.
She is the daughter of John Beattie, a former rugby union player for Scotland and the British Lions.
While still in elementary school, Beattie started playing football with her brother Johnnie and his pals.
She was eventually chosen as the sole female captain for the Glasgow Primary School select team.
Later, Beattie participated in boy’s teams at Hamilton Academical.
Beattie is the sister of former Scottish international Johnnie Beattie and the daughter of former Scottish and British Lions rugby union player John Beattie.
She graduated from Glasgow’s Jordanhill School and enrolled in Hertfordshire University after joining Arsenal.
Beattie received a breast cancer diagnosis in October 2020. As the disease had not progressed, she underwent surgery to remove the lump and started radiotherapy rather than chemotherapy.
Beattie kept playing for Scotland and Arsenal despite his treatment.
In appreciation of her efforts since receiving a cancer diagnosis, Beattie received the Helen Rollason Award in 2021.