Nick Grimshaw, 34, & # 39; asks boyfriend Meshach Henry, 22, to move in with him so they can spend more time together & # 39; … nine months after they were first paired
They have gone from strength to strength since they were first seen last year.
And Nick Grimshaw, 34, has reportedly taken the next step with his friend Meshach Henry, 22, by asking him to move to his London home.
According to The sun, the Radio 1 DJ decided to live together so that they can spend a lot of time together in the week & # 39 ;.
Happy times: Nick Grimshaw, 34, has reportedly taken the next step with his friend Meshach Henry, 22, by asking him to move to his London home
The source revealed the publication: & # 39; Nick is the happiest he has ever been and Mesh is a huge part of that.
& # 39; They spent all their time together, with Mesh always staying, so it made perfect sense for them to live together.
& # 39; Nick asked him to come and live with him and it all went very well. Their jobs are not normal from nine to five, so they can spend a lot of time together in the week. & # 39;
The couple was first seen in October 2018 at the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire.
MailOnline has contacted Nick & # 39; s representatives for comment.
Couple: According to The Sun, the Radio 1 DJ decided to live together so that they can spend a lot of time together in the week & # 39;
A source told at the time The sun: & # 39; Nick has found dating quite difficult in recent years because of his job.
& # 39; But he met Mesh a few months ago and although they are still early days, they really enjoy their time together. They take it easy and don't put pressure on anything.
& # 39; Nick really likes him and his friends are overjoyed that he has found someone who makes him happy. & # 39;
Since then they have been & # 39; Instagram official & # 39; with their romance and have enjoyed a romantic New Year's holiday to the Maldives, with Rita Ora joining them.
Cute! The couple was first seen in October last year at the Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire
Nick recently revealed that he was tied to bed for days after he stopped the Radio 1 Breakfast Show last year.
The DJ told me The sun that after six years of juggling early morning starts partying & late at night, the exhaustion finally caught up with him when he moved to the drive-time slot last year.
Nick took over the coveted Radio 1 Breakfast Show in 2012 after Chris Moyles left the BBC to work for Radio X.
The star said: & I only realized how tired I was until I stopped.
& # 39; I immediately went on vacation with it and my family came and all my friends came and we got a house – and I slept days and days and days. I couldn't get out of bed. & # 39;
Reflecting on his new late afternoon slot, which he took over from Greg James last fall, Nick added: & # 39; I have had more time before me. It feels less like you're in this machine to get up early, so it was really good. I feel calmer, less tired. & # 39;
Nick has worked on BBC Radio for 12 years and previously organized the Radio 1 Weekend Breakfast Show and the late evening from 10 p.m. to midnight.
But the DJ got the ultimate performance when he took it from Chris and continued to host the breakfast show for six years before he handed it over to Greg.
Share their joy: they have since been & # 39; Instagram official & # 39; and have spent New Year's Eve in the Maldives
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