The actress has formed a special new bond
Georgia May Foote has found love again, and in a very touching way too.
The actress, who split from Strictly Come Dancing star Giovanni Pernice just a few weeks ago, revealed via Instagram on Tuesday that she’s becoming smitten – not with a person but with the city of London.
Georgia, 25, posted a photo looking down on the capital from up high and spoke of how much she’s enjoying her new life there after moving from Manchester earlier this year.
‘I actually live somewhere down there in that crazy city #LDN 💜,’ the former Coronation Street star wrote.
‘im falling in love with you…. x’
Awww. Georgia’s followers are very approving of her new love interest, with one commenting: ‘How can you not fall in love with London city @georgiamay112’
It sounds like the affection might be mutual too. Another fan commented: ‘Sure London loves you too’
Now that Georgia is loved-up with the capital, she’s clearly not keen to leave. When a friend told her in the comments ‘You ain’t goin’ nowhere!’, the actress joked back: ‘i know. U trapped me. X’
She also quipped about how appealing the donuts in London are – now THAT’S a reason to fall in love with a place!
We’re glad to see that Georgia has formed a touching bond with her new home following the heartbreak of her split from boyfriend Giovanni in August.
The brunette star admitted at the time that she was finding it hard to deal with but has been coping well since by throwing herself into her busy work schedule.
At the moment Georgia is having to leave her beloved London to go on the road in a touring production of Breakfast At Tiffany’s and she’s also got other exciting projects lined up.
‘I’m quite a private person so I just get on with life,’ she tells Belfast Live. ‘I’ve always said that my job is the most important thing in my life and my family. My family are happy and healthy and I’m working on a great show.
‘I’ve literally just thrown myself into it completely. It’s been such a great experience and I’m lucky that I’ve got it right now, I think, to do – to keep me busy.
‘I just kind of get on with life, I don’t really listen [to what’s being said].’