Maya Jama wows in skimpy blue Dior bikini as she cosies up to new boyfriend
They both have high profile careers and two high profile exes. But Maya Jama and Ben Simmons only have eyes for each other.
Maya, who was previously in a relationship with rapper Stormzy, and Ben, who dated Kendall Jenner, have been enjoying this week's heatwave together.
Maya, 26, posed in a plunging blue bikini top in photos she shared on her Instagram stories on Tuesday.
Maya's Dior bikini top was blue with a bright orange lining and a halter-neck neckline.
Maya looks relaxed in the shots as she enjoys a drink and Ben covers her face playfully and pulls her closer to him.
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The presenter laughs as Ben, 25, covers her face with his hand, while giving her a peck on the side of her head.
The loved-up couple only recently confirmed their romance, with Maya kissing NBA player Ben in the stands as they attended Wimbledon.
The pair kissed as they watched Serbian Novak Djokovic take on Chilean Cristian Garin at centre court.
Maya Jama snogs Kendall Jenner's ex Ben Simmons as they confirm romance at Wimbledon
Their tennis date confirmed earlier speculation that they were dating after being spotted at the Sexy Fish restaurant in Mayfair before leaving in the same car two weeks ago.
Australian basketball player Ben was last linked to Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kendall, 25. The pair called it off in May 2019 after months of dating on-and-off.
Meanwhile, Maya confirmed her split from BRIT award winner Stormzy that same year.
Maya and Stormzy first went public with their romance in 2016 after initially keeping their relationship private.
They dated for four years but were said to have ended their relationship in order to focus on their careers.
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While Maya's love life is now in a good place, her career is also looking very healthy.
She is rumoured to be top of Channel 4's wish list to present a one-off reboot of The Big Breakfast. The iconic morning show is being revived as part of the channel's upcoming Black To Front Day.
The network will broadcast only programmes created and fronted by black talent on September 10.
Comedian Mo Gilligan is overseeing the two-hour special but Maya is also tipped to play a key role alongside Radio 1's Clara Amfo.
Meanwhile, following her success with Peter Crouch on his BBC One series Crouchy’s Year-Late Euros show, BBC bosses want to snap her up for their World Cup coverage next year.
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