Jodie Comer’s is rumoured to have a brand new boyfriend.
The Killing Eve actress, 27, is regarded as smitten with an American lacrosse participant named James Burke.
Their pairing seems to have been uncovered on-line after a Twitter consumer named nuggets0329 shared snaps of the duo onto the micro-blogging website.
In a single cute photograph the Liverpool native and her dashing beau could be seen beaming as he wraps his arm round her shoulders behind a automobile.
In one other they posed behind a enjoyable filter.
It has been claimed that the photographs of Jodie and James are from a personal Instagram account that “a fan gained entry to” after Jodie accepted their request.
Jodie, who has but to publicly verify she is in a relationship, is believed to have met James, 26, in Boston and since his identify and snap was leaked he deleted his social media profiles, Yahoo news declare.
After the photograph was leaked Jodie got here below hearth for relationship James as he supposedly a registered supporter of Trump.
After MailOnline reported that official information within the US present that Jamesis a registered Republican voter followers kicked off at Jodie – claiming her help for Black Lives Matter and LGBTQ points was at odds with conventional Republican views.
Donald Trump has repeatedly spoken out towards Black Lives Matter protesters, whereas his administration has rolled again measures to guard LGBTQ rights launched below predecessor Barack Obama.
One fumed: “Jodie Comer for those who’re studying this, you possibly can’t play a homosexual character and name your self an ally whenever you’re relationship a Republican, you disgusting piece of s**t.”
“Jodie Comer relationship a Trump supporter, whereas she’s portraying an LGBT character … just isn’t solely incorrect however disgusting,” a second scolded.
And the hashtag “#jodiecomerisoverparty” has been trending since snaps of Jodie and James emerged.
Mirror On-line have contacted a rep for Jodie for remark.
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