Jamie Laing and Sophie Haboo look playful and loved-up as they stroll hand-in-hand through Notting Hill
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They went official with their romance back in April 2019 and it appears they’re still going strong.
The reality couple looked relaxed in each other’s company while Jamie clutched Sophie’s hand in his one moment and put is arm around her the next.
There for each other: Jamie Laing, 32, and Sophie Haboo, 27, were spotted walking hand-in-hand in London on Saturday and appeared loved-up after going public with their romance in 2019
McVitie’s heir Jamie looked summery in a white t-shirt with a design featuring a bright orange sunset behind a mountain and a palm tree.
His top had ‘Casablanca Tennis Club’ emblazoned across it and he smartened up his look by wearing a pair of charcoal grey trousers.
The television personality had a brown baseball cap on his head while he wore a pair of bright white trainers on his feet which appeared as if they were fresh out the box.
Sophie wore a dark green sweatshirt with a white polo shirt underneath.
Cheeky! Jamie rested his hand just above Sophie’s derriere as he put his arm around her while out in Notting Hill
She teamed it with a white miniskirt, which would not go amiss on a professional tennis player.
Earlier this month Jamie admitted he’d quit Made In Chelsea to focus on his sweet business that was hit during the pandemic.
The former Strictly Come Dancing star told MailOnline he’s ‘all or nothing’ and wouldn’t have enjoyed doing cameo appearances on the E4 series.
In an exclusive interview, Jamie, who’s the owner of confectionary company Candy Kittens and hosts podcast Private Parts with Francis Boulle, admitted while he’s loved being a cast member for ten years, ‘there’s no longer a reason for him to do the show’.
Sweet cheeks: Jamie says he’s left Made In Chelsea to focus on his sweet business Candy Kittens
‘It’s a classic statement but I am stepping back 100 per cent. I love that show but also I’m 32.
‘With a reality show you’ve got to really throw yourself into it and whatever I do I want to do it to my best ability and put my all into it and at the moment I can’t do that and I have other things I need to do.
‘I would just be on the side and truthfully I don’t enjoy doing that, I want to be in the thick of things and I can’t do that with Chelsea at the minute so for me there isn’t a reason to do it.
‘I am so all or nothing and I hate doing things halfheartedly. I got to hang out with my best friends and film and I don’t regret any of it. We were so lucky in so many ways.’
Listen up! In addition to his confectionery business Jamie hosts the Private Parts podcast with Francis Boulle
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