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Zayn Malik romances Gigi Hadid with roast dinners

Published 03/11/2016

Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid
Zayn Malik and Gigi Hadid

Zayn Malik admits he and the "classy" model "live together" wherever they are in the world.

Zayn Malik treats girlfriend Gigi Hadid to homemade roast dinners whenever she’s in the U.K., admitting she loves Yorkshire pudding.

The popstar and model set tongues wagging when they first began dating at the end of 2015 and now, almost a year on, the couple are inseparable. During a new interview with London’s ES Magazine Zayn, 23, gave a rare insight into their relationship, including their living situation.

“We haven’t officially swapped keys or anything yet, we live together wherever we are... (I make her) steak and potato pie, Sunday roast dinner and Yorkshire pudding... Yeah, she likes a good Yorkshire pudding,” he said of the battered delicacy.

The former One Direction star continued to heap praise on his other half, describing her as a “very intelligent woman”. They first met at a Victoria’s Secret party after Gigi, 21, walked for the lingerie giant last December (15) and Zayn is still enamoured by how she presents herself.

“She knows how to carry herself,” he gushed. “She’s quite classy and that. She’s not, like, arrogant in any way, she’s confident. She carries it well. She’s cool.”

He added the pair sometimes sing together, revealing he’s a fan of her “nice” voice.

Zayn has previously admitted he smokes marijuana to keep his creative juices flowing and touched upon this method once again during his latest interview, insisting it opens his mind.

“Some people say it kills your ambition, some people say it destroys your personality. Personally I haven’t had any of them experiences yet,” he shrugged.

Asked whether he lights up a smoke at breakfast, the star quipped: “I don’t think I’m allowed to specify - don’t get me arrested.”

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