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Premier League 2023: Aussie Cartia Mallan pic confirms she’s dating $89m Chelsea star Ben Chilwell

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Chelsea football star Ben Chilwell has gone Instagram official with Aussie model Cartia Mallan.

The 25-year-old left back is on a five-year £49.4m ($A89m) deal with the English Premier League powerhouse and was unlucky not to be in camp with England at the World Cup after an unfortunate hamstring injury.

But after it was revealed late last year that the pair had coupled up, they went Instagram official on Valentine’s Day, sharing a loved up photo together, with Chilwell kissing Mallan in front of a fire.

Mallan also shared pictures of herself during a photo shoot and receiving mountains of roses.

Chilwell has reportedly flew the Aussie 24-year-old to Dubai in late November and early December before a training camp in Abu Dhabi ahead of the recommencement of the EPL season following the World Cup.

Mallan had recently moved to London and has been seen in videos with the football star.

She was also cheering the defender on when Chelsea played Manchester United on October 22 alongside her mother.

They were also seen in a clip shared on a friend’s Instagram page partying in Dubai with Mallan wearing Chilwell’s checked shirt — he had a T-shirt underneath.

Mallan has previously been linked to Western Bulldogs star Bailey Smith, Jude Law’s son Raff, and model and actor Josh Heuston.

Chilwell hasn’t been quiet on the dating scene either, previously dating Scott Disick’s model ex Holly Scarfone and Lewis Hamilton’s ex Camila Kendra.

Mallan made her mark as a social media influencer, making a name for herself as a beauty and fashion blogger. She has nearly 500,000 subscribers on YouTube and more than half a million Instagram followers.

She also shares videos of her life and travels.

She also hosts the podcast Common Chaos, which made waves when she interviewed Bailey Smith in one of its earliest episodes.

Story Credit: news.com.au

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