GEORGE Ford may be a star on the rugby pitch but his fiancée Jessica is a star fashion designer in her own right.
But what else do we know about the gorgeous Michelle Keegan lookalike? Find out below…
Who is George Ford’s girlfriend Jessica Portman?
Jess is a 26-year-old boutique owner who’s originally from Bath.
She studied fashion promotions at Manchester University.
Now, she’s a fashion designer with her own company called Portman London UK.
She can regularly be seen cheering on her beau from the stands at the Leicester Tigers games.
And now she’s in Japan supporting her other half.
Does she have Instagram?
Yes – she sure does!
And she’s amassed a cool 15,000 followers since she started dating star player George Ford.
On her page, she shares snaps of her YSL and Gucci handbags – which start at £1,000 each.
As well as her enviable bikini bod!
You can find her on jessportman_
How long have George and Jessica been together and how did they meet?
Jess met George six years ago in 2013, but they didn’t actually start dating until a year later.
George was persistent, and finally Jess agreed to go on a date with him.
Jess calls George her best friend and she loves how persistent he was in winning her over.
Whenever she gets the opportunity, Jess always cheers on her man – whether its Twickenham or the Welford Road Stadium or even Japan!
She has been engaged to the 26-year-old England and Leicester Tigers fly-half since July.
The pair, who live together in Leicestershire, where Portman is from, may not have kids just yet.
However, they do share a dog called Bailee.
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What has George said about their life together?
George credits Jess for giving him a balanced work and home life, previously saying:
“You’ve got to live a normal life at home and it’s hugely important to get that right.
“It can be pretty full on week in week out at the club and when you’re going away playing games it’s nice to come home and be relaxed in a good environment when you can switch off every evening and watch some rubbish on TV.
“Simple things like that are important.”