They are set to exchange weddings vows next month, and with the big day just around the corner, Duncan Bannatyne and Nigora Whitehorn have been making the most of their last days of singlehood. Nigora, 36, has been celebrating her hen party with a large group of girlfriends in Monaco, while the Dragons Den panellist has been relaxing in Portugal.
Taking to her social media sites over the weekend, Nigora kept her followers up-to-date with her shenanigans, including a Gatsby-themed party. Dressed in a stunning off-white number, the bride-to-be appeared excited as she partied the night away with her close friends. Another series of images sees Nigora show off her fabulous figure in a white swimming outfit with the word 'Bride' emblazoned across it. In the caption, she wrote: "Kissing the single life goodbye #besthenpartyever #missingyoualready #myloves #thankyou for the best weekend ever! Something to remember."
Duncan has been dating the mother-of-one since 2015, and popped the question with an incredible £40,000 diamond ring during a romantic trip to Monte Carlo, last year. The 68-year-old announced the news with a short Twitter post, writing: "It is true @wnigora_nigora & I are now officially engaged." Nigora also took to Twitter to thanks fans for all of their well-wishes following the good news.
The couple met at Harley Street's dentist office where Nigora was working as a receptionist at the time, and the twice-married millionaire revealed it was love at first sight. He previously said: "I spotted her while getting some crowns done. Just as I was building up the courage to speak to her, the buzzer went for my appointment. When I went home I couldn't stop thinking about her, I felt obsessed! I felt in love with her." Duncan was already hinting at marriage just weeks after he began dating Nigora. He exclusively told HELLO! at the time: "Nigora and I are very much in love. We met only a few weeks ago and many people don't realise we only began our relationship after the break-up of my previous relationship had occurred."