Mollie King has shared a sweet Instagram post about her cricketer boyfriend Stuart Broad as he arrived at
Alongside a rare loved-up image of the pair, the presenter, 33, called the sportsman, 34, ‘a deserving winner’ as he anticipated the results from the socially-distanced ceremony.
‘I’m so proud!’ Mollie King has shared a sweet Instagram post about her boyfriend Stuart Broad as he arrived at BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year Awards at MediaCityUK on Sunday
Former Saturdays singer Mollie wrote: ‘Wishing you all the luck in the world tonight @stuartbroad.
‘What an incredible achievement to be nominated for Sports Personality of the Year! I’m so proud of everything you’ve achieved this year and you’d be such a deserving winner ❤️.’ (sic)
The couple, who have been dating on and off for two years, appeared in great spirits as they cosied up to each other during what seemed to be a past getaway.
Support: The presenter, 33, called the cricketer, 34, ‘a deserving winner’ as he anticipated the results from the socially-distanced ceremony (pictured)
‘Wishing you all the luck in the world’: Former Saturdays singer Mollie was every inch the doting girlfriend as she expressed some words of encouragement
They were thought to have gone their separate ways in August 2018 after a blossoming romance of five months.
Musician Mollie and Nottingham native Stuart were said to have unfollowed each other on social media and their packed schedules were reportedly to blame for the split, according to
A source said at the time: ‘Mollie and Stuart’s romance has fizzled out. Their schedules are packed and it’s not been easy to see each other often. It wasn’t working so they went their separate ways. There are no hard feelings.’
However, speculation was rife that they were an item again after they were spotted together again in February 2019, before they confirmed they’d reunited in March that year.
Better together: The couple have been dating on and off since 2018 (pictured in 2019 at Wimbledon)
Cricketer Ben Stokes scooped BBC’s Sports Personality of the Year prize last year, beating the likes of racing star Lewis and sprinter Dina Asher-Smith.
Voting for this year’s winner is set to open later tonight, with the ceremony lasting until 10pm.
This year’s ceremony is being presented in front of a virtual crowd, while Rick Astley and Celeste are set to perform.
Manchester United star Marcus Rashford will be presented with a special award for his campaigning this year to help hungry children from poor backgrounds receive free school meals.
Tough competition: The bowler is up against the likes of Formula 1 icon Lewis Hamilton (pictured in 2019) and boxer Tyson Fury for the coveted title