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Roman Kemp girlfriend: Is Roman Kemp dating anyone? Who is his girlfriend?

Roman Kemp, 28, is fronting a new documentary looking into men’s mental health on the BBC tonight. However, many will be interested to know a little bit more about the star’s life outside of his work as well and if he is currently dating anyone.

Roman was initially known best as the son of Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp.

However, over the past few years, he has made a name for himself across the small screen and radio.

He is well-known for his popular breakfast show on Capital in the morning, which he presents from Monday to Friday.

As well as this, he became a household name during his time in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! jungle back in 2019.

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Following their break-up, it is thought Roman joined the elite dating app, Raya.

However, he has not been confirmed to be in a relationship with anyone else since then.

In August 2020, he was linked to Kate Moss’s younger sister Lottie Moss.

Although, neither of them confirmed their romance at the time and haven’t been seen together since.

Since then, Roman has been very quiet about his relationship status on social media and in interviews.

The DJ will be opening up about another area of his life in a special BBC documentary tonight.

Called Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency, the personal film explores his struggles with mental health and how the suicide crisis impacts young men in the UK.

This draws on his own grief after he lost his best friend Joe Lyons back in August 2020.

The documentary explores how to encourage people to seek help as well as detailing his own experiences.

Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency airs on BBC One tonight at 9pm.


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