DIY SOS star Nick Knowles has been spotted looking loved-up with his girlfriend Katie Dadzie on a night out in London.
The TV presenter walked arm in arm with Katie, 32, as they headed to swanky celebrity hotspot Soho House in White City.
Nick, 59, smiled for the camera as he walked alongside his girlfriend to the venue for a romantic evening together on Thursday.
Keeping it casual, the Who Dares Wins star wore beige chinos, a grey t-shirt and a leather jacket, as well as brown leather shoes.
Nick swept his dark locks back from his face, as he sported a neatly trimmed moustache and beard for the occasion.
Meanwhile, Katie wore boot-cut blue jeans, a cropped white jumper and white shoes, as she let her natural curls flow freely.
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She completed her look with minimal make-up, as well as heart-shaped silver earring and neutral pink nails.
It comes after Nick revealed his fury at trolls who have been attacking his girlfriend with "upsetting" online abuse.
Nick was left furious when social media trolls took aim at his new girlfriend Katie, after stepping out with her in public.
After they were pictured having a lovely time on an evening out, trolls accused her of being with him for the wrong reasons.
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He raged back that she runs three businesses and has two degrees, adding: “She is wealthier & more successful than me and is intelligent and independent, unlike the abusive trolls attacking her."
Asked what prompted the outburst, Nick exclusively told The Sun: "I am up there as an object. I’ve chosen to be on TV.
"But my children, or my family, or people I date, for them, I feel it’s unfair to have a go at them.
“What upset me was the judgment of her without knowing anything about her or what her motivations might be. I found that upsetting and unfair and felt I needed to say something about it.
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“By all means have a go at me, I’m there to be shot at verbally on social media and the rest of it because of what I’ve chosen to do as a living.
“But it feels a bit unfair to have a go at people I care about.”
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