Alex Burke and Jermain Defoe display 'couple' body language in public

   Apr 25, 4:49 pm

London, Apr 25 (ANI): Jermain Defoe and Alexandra Burke, who tried to convince everyone for a while that they were "just good friends", have been pictured touching each other in public for the first time.

While the "friendship" was completely random and suddenly involved them hanging out all the time, the touching was basically a PDA (public display of affection).

Whenever the couple go in public, they generally don't like to be pictured together, let alone snapped fondling each other's arms.

The recording artist and the footballer were snapped while walking through a generic looking housing estate in Hertfordshire on Monday, looking all close and cardigan-ed up in their matching outfits.

The pair have been rumoured to be dating for a couple of months now, which Alex keeping schtum when our mate Clemmie off the paper quizzed her about it last month.

"Jermain and I have been friends for ages. But at the moment I don't really wish to talk about it. I'm sorry...," the Mirror quoted her as saying. (ANI)

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