Ellie Goulding previews her new album 'Halcyon' during a special live session with Capital FM. Check out all the pictures from the session now.
Ellie Goulding Romantically Linked To Actor Jeremy Irvine After Ice Skating Date
The 'Your Song' singer and Great Expectations star enjoyed a spot of ice-skating together in the UK capital.
Ellie Goulding has been romantically linked to young British actor Jeremy Irvine after the two were spotted ice-skating together in London last week.
The 'Anything Could Happen' singer and War Horse star Jeremy joined several friends for the official opening of the ice-skating rink at London's Somerset House at the end of last week (15th October), where they were said to be "inseparable" as they enjoyed the festive occasion.
"They were with a big bunch of friends but Jeremy and Ellie were inseparable," a source told the Daily Mail. "They skated around the rink in unison and barely left ear other's side as they laughed and joked with one another.
"Jeremy was very tactile with Ellie and had his arm around her shoulders," he added.
Last month reports emerged that 'Your Song' singer Ellie had split from her dub step producer boyfriend Skrillex after problems with the long distance nature of their relationship, although neither party has commented on the break-up.
Check out a picture of Ellie Goulding out with actor Jeremy Irvine below:
22 year-old actor Jeremy recently starred in the big screen adaptation of War Horse and is also set to play the lead in the British film adaptation of Great Expectations, which hits cinemas at the end of the month (30th November).
Ellie Goulding's second studio album 'Halcyon' is out now.
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