Jack Grealish’s girlfriend Sasha Attwood looked out of this world as she posed for a PrettyLittleThing campaign.
The 25-year-old has had a lot to deal with in the last few weeks after it was reported that her footballer beau was dating Emily Atack.
It was later claimed that Jack was also dating Love Island’s Amber Gill, which the reality star later vehemently denied.
Ignoring all the rumours, Sasha took to her Instagram to share a snap of her leaning on a grey building on Southmill Street in Manchester.
She rocked a brown ruched mini dress from PrettyLittleThing which she matched with open-toe green heels and a purse of the same colour.
“Chocolate dreams,” she simply captioned her post before promoting the fast fashion clothing brand.
The influencer also took to her Stories to share her skincare routine as she promoted a brand.
Sasha appeared to be wearing a ring on her ring finger on her left hand as well as another decorative ring on her right hand.
A friend of the couple recently claimed that the duo will go on to outshine David and Victoria Beckham.
Sasha is said to be standing by her man and continuing to plan a future for them both.
A friend close to the model has come forward to defend the couple following the onslaught of reports.
The friend told The Sun on Sunday: “Sasha still trusts Jack and they are determined to work through the recent revelations about his links with Amber and Emily.
“They’ve had some heart to hearts but have decided to turn over a fresh leaf together because they love each other and want to work on their relationship.”
Her friend continued: “She’s upset her boyfriend has been caught up with these tawdry stories just as she’s about to sign to a new upmarket agency.
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“But she’s focused on them becoming the new Posh and Becks so they’re ploughing on and rising above the drama.”
The footballer recently broke his silence over the love triangle rumours.
Sharing a short statement on his Instagram Stories, Jack told his followers to ignore what they heard.
“Please don’t believe everything you read in the newspapers,” he wrote alongside a smiling emoji and handshake emoji.
“The 2 biggest lies in newspapers… ‘a source said’ ‘a close pal said’,” Jack added, concluding with a snoozing face and a laughing emoji.
He wrote the short statement over a black background.
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