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Romance gets racy for Jerry Hall and millionaire boyfriend Warwick Hemsley

04 NOVEMBER 2010

Things are clearly going well between Jerry Hall and her new man Warwick Hemsley.

The blonde Texan brought her 58-year-old beau on an outing to the races this week with her daughter Georgia May.

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Jerry met Warwick in September when she was playing Mrs Robinson in The Graduate Down Under, and they have been inseparable ever since.

The Australian property tycoon, thought to be worth to be worth £30 million, followed her back to London when the run of the play ended.

They made their debut as a couple last month at Sotherby's in Bond Street at a party to mark an auction of the art she's been given over the years.

Jerry's new romance started up just weeks after she claimed to have met "the One", a man thought to have been farming consultant Philip Ferguson.

But when confusion arose as to the identity of her boyfriend, the 54-year-old cleared things up by saying: "It's definitely Mr Hemsley."

Jerry was positively glowing as she strolled around Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, arm in arm with her man and with her gorgeous daughter at her side.

With her model good looks and long golden hair, it's clear Georgia, 18, has inherited her mum's good genes.

The two, who were tasked with judging the fashion parade, lit up the room as they posed with Australian Victoria's Secret model Jessica Hart.

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The 24-year-old blonde is another young beauty who - like Georgia - is known for her gap-tooth smile.

Also on hand – in his capacity as a male model for Australian department store Myer – was Dannii Minogue's man Kris Smith.

The couple – whose love story you can check out here – are currently apart, with Dannii and their newborn son Ethan in England while she films The X Factor.

Showing off one of his client's suits, Kris was all smiles. But he's admitted that being apart from Dannii and his son is hard.

"It's awesome being back, just great, but I just wish I had the other two with me," he told an Australian paper.

"I won't see them for two weeks and it is absolutely killing me."

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