We're looking forward to this!

Liam Payne and ‘girlfriend’ Naomi Campbell are set to make their first joint public appearance together – and we’re excited!

The couple – who have yet to confirm their romance, but aren’t doing a good job hiding it – have both been lined up to attend WE Day on March 6 at London’s SSE Arena in Wembley.


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The event aims to raise awareness for child labour around the world and the importance of education.

While the charity confirmed on Thursday that both Liam, 25, and Naomi, 48, would attend the event, it is not clear whether they will walk the red carpet together or arrive separately.

But that hasn’t stopped fans from speculating that we’re finally going to get the confirmation of their romance that we’ve all been waiting for.

One said: ‘Maybe Liam and Naomi are going to make their very first appearance together next week?’

While a second added: ‘“We’re getting Liam and Naomi content.’

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Comment what you think I’m thinking 🤔💭…

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Liam and Naomi, who is 23-years his senior, have enjoyed heavy flirtation on Instagram since news of their blossoming romance first came to light earlier this year.

The rumoured couple are back and forth ‘liking’ and commenting on each other’s sexy photos, with Liam just recently ‘liking’ a string of sexy snaps shared by the supermodel from her trip to the Oscars.

He also previously commented on a selfie of Naomi, calling her ‘perfection’.

‘Perfection in a person… Don’t give me those eyes,’ he said, alongside a rose emoji and the blowing-a-kiss and eyes emojis.

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Pre show ✖️✖️ @louisvuitton 🖤

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She later returned the compliment by commenting on a shirtless snap of Liam: ‘Beautiful soul,’ alongside a heart emoji.

Meanwhile, Speaking of her inclusion in WE Day, supermodel Naomi said: “I’m fortunate to stand alongside the thousands of students joining us at WE Day UK.

‘Today’s young people are tomorrow’s leaders and their commitment to affecting change on a global scale is the motivation we all need as we advocate for our philanthropic initiatives.’