He shares his sorrow at having to live outside of his partner as he works on the NHS front line to overcome the coronavirus pandemic.
But Alex George was on the moon when he finally found Amelia Bath for the first time in two months Wednesday.
The Love Island star, 30, gushed out “what a feeling you finally see AB” when he and the personality of Ibiza Weekender, 25, followed government directives while enjoying a social picnic in a park.
“What a feeling to finally see you AB”: Dr. Alex George was on the moon when he finally found his girlfriend Amelia Bath for the first time in two months Wednesday
The couple appeared in a good mood as they caught up on their separate outer covers for some quality time.
Media personality Alex protected his eyes from the rare sun in a pair of square frame shades, while personal trainer Amelia opted for a wide-brimmed straw hat.
“After so long apart what a feeling to see you finally AB ❤️ So close but so far by staying 2 meters from each other … but now let’s take what we can get x”, the professional of delighted health captioned the comforting image.
Brave: Love Island star, 30, shared his grief over being forced to live apart from his partner as he works on the NHS front line to end the coronavirus pandemic
Selfless: as the UK was taken into custody, the doctor made the courageous decision to approach Lewisham University Hospital in order to protect his girlfriend from the virus.
As UK detained, reality star made brave decision to get closer to Lewisham University Hospital to protect girlfriend and family from deadly virus as he joined the battle against the crisis.
Last month, the Welshman admitted that he had a hard time living apart from his daughter in a shared clip on his YouTube channel.
Alex admitted that he was “tired” after his “busy shift” and that he just wanted to “go home and chat” with the dancer, whom he recognized for helping him ” relax”.
“One of the challenges is that I am far from my girlfriend”: last month, the Welshman admitted that he had a hard time living apart from his daughter in a clip shared on his YouTube channel
Leaving the South London hospital in the early hours of the morning, he shared, “My shift is over now and I’m going home. It was again a busy shift – I know I keep saying it, but it is the truth. I feel good, I’m tired.
“One of the challenges is that I am far from my girlfriend, I made the decision not to risk giving it to her or her family, so I am in London staying alone – in isolation and she stays elsewhere so I don’t give it to him.
“It’s difficult when you have a busy shift like today, you want to go home and sit and chat with someone and just hang out with someone to relax after what happened, it is difficult when you cannot and you are alone. “
Revealing the pair was communicating via video messaging and call services, the NHS employee added, “The technology is good, being able to FaceTime and chat with people.
“I try to share my experience as much as possible because it helps, even making these videos too, telling you how I feel and what I’m doing is helping me through difficult times. “
The couple, who met in a bar, have been doing well since December 2018, a few months after their visit to the ITV2 Love Island dating series.
Amelia has since shared her pride in Alex’s career, writing last week: “I am so proud of him and I am infinitely grateful to all NHS staff and key workers who work tirelessly during such uncertain times. “
Smitten: The couple, who met in a bar, have been doing well since December 2018, a few months after their visit to the ITV2 Love Island dating series
“I’m so proud of him”: reality star Amelia shared her joy in Alex’s career