Jack Whitehall’s lover Roxy Horner stuns in bold pants and tall socks


Jack Whitehall’s model girlfriend Roxy Horner put her own podium in microscopic hotpants on Tuesday.The 28-year-old was inseparable from her handsome hunky actor after taking refuge in his home in London for strict confinement in the United Kingdom.

But she left without him to get some fresh air when she had lunch with her friend.

Totally laid back, Roxy wore an oversized Adidas sweatshirt which she paired with tiny shorts that drew attention to her model’s softened legs.

The gorgeous model also added sexy knee-high socks as a touch of glamor for the socially distant gathering.

To finish the look, she donned black grunge style boots and arranged her blonde locks in an effortlessly chic style.

Roxy dressed up for lunch

She was seen in Notting Hill with her boyfriend

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Roxy slipped a pair of shades on her sweatshirt and she looked super cool on the streets of Notting Hill in London.

The girls were eating Joe’s food and juice for their lunch date.

They were engaged in a conversation before Roxy was seen laughing at his phone because probably Jack was already missing in his charming company.

They returned to their lunch while walking slowly in the streets of the city

Essex-based beauty and Jack released their romance just weeks after agreeing to be exclusive before the Covid-19 lockdown was imposed.

The beautiful couple have kept their flourishing relationship low as they spend the first throes of romance locked out.

They are inseparable after being spotted for the first time together last month.

Roxy looked super glam for the outing

Jack joked that he was furious when Roxy made a terrible lockout haircut.

He was happy to sit in a chair while Roxy got to work earlier this month, but said he later discovered one horrible detail one after the other the more he studied them. results.

Jack had to faceTime his hairstylist after leaving thinning patches after the “severe” haircut.

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