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Max George confirms relationship

Published 23/10/2013

Max George of The Wanted has been talking about his new girlfriend
Max George of The Wanted has been talking about his new girlfriend

Max George has said he's in the "honeymoon period" with new flame Nina Agdal.

The Wanted singer told New magazine that the couple were friends before they began dating.

"We've known each other for about a year. We've been friends for a while and then a couple of months ago we met up and thought, 'Let's take the next step'," he told the mag, according to Digital Spy.

"We're very much in the honeymoon period. She's awesome. She's like a best mate as much as a girlfriend. I've finally found a girl!"

He added: "I'm not this guy that takes back different women every day, every night. I've always liked having a girlfriend. I've just not managed to settle down for the last two years."

Max and Coronation Street actress Michelle Keegan, now engaged to Mark Wright, broke up last year after dating for 18 months, while Nina, a model, previously dated M aroon 5 singer Adam Levine.

Meanwhile, Max's bandmate Tom Parker has revealed that he postponed proposing to his girlfriend of three years Kelsey Hardwick because of the group's busy schedule.

"We've talked about it. I was going to propose last year, but I want things to settle down a bit with the band first," he told The Sun.

"We're away so much. With an engagement, you're meant to be committing to each other. I don't want to get engaged and then go away for six months with the world tour. I'm probably going to wait until next year."

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