Amber Gill and her girlfriend, footballer Jen Beattie, were seen heading home from the British Diversity Awards in London on Wednesday night.
The 25-year-old Love Island star, who turned heads earlier in the night on the red carpet, snuggled up with her other half in the back of a black cab.
The couple seemed a bit clouded after the star-studded awards show and couldn’t help but share a giggle.
Amber put on a busty display in a black satin mini dress at the glitzy event.
The outfit featured button detailing with a corset down the middle and a short skirt that allowed her to show off her toned legs.
Home time! Amber Gill, 25, (left) and her footballer girlfriend Jen Beattie, 31, (right) were seen on their way home from the British Diversity Awards in London on Wednesday night.
Night out: The couple was left a bit surprised after the star-studded awards show and couldn’t help but share a giggle
In love: The couple looked sensational as they hit the red carpet earlier in the evening
Complementing her look, the reality star added silver sandals, a matching bag and a selection of dainty bracelets.
Jen, meanwhile, cut a smart figure in a black blazer and pants combo with a simple black top.
The 31-year-old Arsenal defender finished off his look with chunky black shoes and carried his phone in hand as he followed his girlfriend inside.
Unlike Amber, who was broadcasting to the cameras, Jen kept her head down as she made a low-key arrival.
It comes after Amber revealed that she faced accusations of faking her relationship with her footballer girlfriend. Jen for trolls.
The Love Island winner, who first sparked dating rumors with the Arsenal defender at the end of 2022, claimed she can ‘deal’ with the naysayers as her family and friends have accepted her.
She said Mirror: ‘I’m so happy. Everyone was really like, “We saw you date a man.” She was 21 years old. Four years have passed!
“I think England is progressive in a way because to all my friends and family I was nothing. I did not go out”. It was good.
Hugs: The Love Island star who turned heads earlier in the night on the red carpet snuggled up with her other half in the back of a black cab
Shock: It comes after Amber revealed she faced accusations of faking her relationship with footballer girlfriend Jen by trolls
Busty Beauty: Amber put on a busty display in a black satin mini dress at the glitzy event
A couple of people saying I’m fake? I can deal with that.’
The influencer found fame after winning Love Island in 2019 with Greg O’Shea, however, they broke up just 39 days later.
It comes after Amber kissed her girlfriend Jen as the footballer’s team won the FA Women’s Continental Tire League Cup final on Sunday.
Jen ran into the stands after her win, where she greeted Amber, who raised her arms in celebration.
a viewer said Sun: ‘It was wonderful to see Amber and Jen so clearly in love and happy. They were both excited and on high after the epic victory.’
Happy couple: The Love Island winner, who first sparked dating rumors with the Arsenal defender at the end of 2022, has claimed she can ‘deal’ with the naysayers as her family and friends have accepted it.
Jen also took to her Instagram after the game to share a photo with Amber as they hugged and Amber chewed on her medal.
It is the first time they have posted a snapshot together on social media after keeping their relationship fairly private until now.
Amber bundled up in a black puffer jacket, while Jen looked sporty in her red and white kit.
On her Instagram story, Amber also posted a snapshot from behind as she hugged Jen and tagged her in the post.
Cute: The Love Island winner first sparked dating rumors with the Arsenal defender, 31, in late 2022 (pictured Wednesday)
Going public: It comes after Amber kissed his girlfriend Jen when the footballer’s team won the FA Women’s Tire Continental League Cup final earlier this month.
They sparked dating rumors in late 2022, with plenty of flirty hints on social media and a Christmas date.
Last month they seemed to have made their relationship ‘Instagram official’ as they enjoyed a sweet date on Valentine’s Day.
Amber headed to dinner with the footballer at the luxurious Nobu hotel in Portman Square in London.
While the couple also enjoyed a relaxing spa day at the five-star Corinthia London during the day of love.
Sharing a photo of Amber over dinner on her Instagram Stories, Jen sweetly added a lovesick emoji over the photo.
Sporting a white structured corset, Amber broke into a big smile as she looked away from the camera as Jen snapped a photo.
The reality star re-shared the story of their date, writing about it: “Bro who made you smile like that?”
British Diversity Awards 2023 – WINNERS
Community Project of the Year – UK Black Pride – sponsored by Sedulo
Yea Head of Diversityr – Cecil Peters at JP Morgan – sponsored by 10X Banking
hero of the year – Katie Neeves on Cool2BTrans – sponsored by Boots
Diversity in Technology (Disability) – Brain in hand – sponsored by BT
Marketing Campaign of the Year – Virgin Atlantic Gender Identity Policy Campaign – sponsored by Denovo Legal Services
Sustainability Champion of the Year – Sophie Platts at Entain Group – sponsored by Centrica
Diversity Team of the Year – Inclusion team at HSBC UK – sponsored by Haleon
charity of the year – Micro Rainbow – sponsored by Burberry
Inspirational Role Model of the Year – Hannah Awonuga at Barclays – sponsored by Lockton
Outstanding Employee Network of the Year – Collabor8 at Santander Consumer Finance
Outstanding Disability Network of the Year – Resource groups for employees with disabilities and neurodiversity – AMS – sponsored by EmployAbility
Outstanding Ethnic Diversity Network of the Year – Oliver Wyman on Empowered
Outstanding LGBTQIA Network of the Year – HSBC UK – Pride – sponsored by myGwork
Social Mobility Initiative of the Year – Passport in Exchange for Virgin Atlantic
HR Champion of the Year – Sharlene John at Selfridges – sponsored by Ruebik
company of the year – Kantar – sponsored by National Grid
Diversity Champion of the Year – Deon Pillay at Legal & General Investment Management – sponsored by Leathwaite
Media champion in the public eye – Alison Hammond – sponsored by Greene King
Outstanding Commitment to Diversity – Phyll Opoku-Gyimah – sponsored by Attest