Chris Moyles has found love. The former Radio 1 presenter has been secretly dating American talent manager Tiffany Austin and it sounds like their romance is anything but new. The couple have managed to keep their romance under the radar for 18 months. They stepped out in London last week, attending the launch of Jamie Oliver's new restaurant Barbecoa, and happily posed for photos, wrapping an arm around each other.
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The Sun reports that Tiffany and Chris, 42, have managed to keep their relationship out of the spotlight thanks to their "laid back" approach. A source said: "They have been going out for at least a year and a half but have done well to keep it on the down low. They are both very laid back, so neither has made a big song or dance about it or splashed soppy pics across social media." The insider also revealed that Tiffany moved from Los Angeles to London last year to be with her new man.
Tiffany Austin and Chris Moyles have been dating for 18 month
The pretty American is originally from Beverly Hills, where Chris spent much of his time following his departure from BBC Radio 1. The DJ has previously been linked to Spice Girls singer Mel C and was in an eight-year relationship with TV producer Sophie Waite. In early 2015, he was rumoured to be dating Irish actress Aoibhinn McGinnity.
A host of stars turned out for the launch of Jamie Oliver's new restaurant last week. HELLO! Online spoke to the TV chef about juggling family life with work. The dad-of-five, who welcomed his baby boy River Rocket in August, said: "I just have to start at five, finish at ten at night, Monday to Friday. I have my structured holidays, my structured weekends, and I try to be a good boss and a good dad."
Chris was previously linked to Mel C
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Among the guests was presenter Phillip Schofield, who opened up about his This Morning pre-show ritual. "We do the same thing every day because we're always out so it's the only part of the day that's actually the same," he explained. "I arrive at about half eight, but if traffic's bad about nine o'clock, I have three slices of toast and marmite – that's my breakfast, it's not very glamorous – and a strong cup of tea. I have it very, very strong, very little milk and one sugar."