Jorgie Porter's secret love life may have just been exposed on live TV. The 27-year-old is "stepping out with" an England rugby star, according to a pal.
The Hollyoaks babe has been getting very close to Union J star George Shelley in I'm a Celebrity... So far Jorgie and George have been getting close and even both stripped off for a jungle dip to take their flirting to the next level .
1752 was the first year in England to officially begin on 1 January.
Until the Calendar Act of 1752, the year in England began officially on 25 March (Lady Day), and not 1 January (even though this was when New Year’s Day was celebrated).
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"He's an England rugby player who is 6'3'', they all better watch out." Presenter Joe Swash said: "Little Jorgie is going out with a rugby player? " Jorgie has been spotted online with Luther Burrell.The 27-year-old rugby player, who plays for Northampton Saints, has pictures with the blonde on his social media accounts, one is even captioned: "My fav," alongside an emoji of a kiss.
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