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Sealed with a kiss!
“Below Deck Mediterranean” stars Malia White and Jake Baker confirmed they’re dating with a kissing photo posted to his Instagram Saturday.
He captioned the picture with a simple black-heart emoji.
Their co-star Courtney Veale freaked out over the PDA photo, commenting, “You guys just broke the internet” and followed up with an “OMG” and some fire emojis.
Last month, Baker, who was an engineer for Season 6 of the Bravo show, posted a birthday tribute to White and wrote, “HAPPY BIЯTHDAY to the Moon Boot Queen herself 🖤 ILY.”
White, 31, has yet to post about Baker on her account.
The new “Below Deck” romance comes after the Florida native confirmed in September 2020 that she and now-ex-boyfriend Tom Checketts broke up after more than a year of dating.
“My personal life seems to be quite the topic at the moment,” the Bravo personality began her statement on Instagram. “I am not on Twitter. I don’t do a lot of Instagram Lives, so I thought I would send out a message in my own words.”
She continued, Yes, Tom and I have split. The details surrounding all of it I am trying to keep a little private just out of respect to him and I. But yes, I am single.”
White later claimed Checketts had cheated on her, but he never acknowledged the accusations.
“Yeah, we were, you know, working on different boats,” White told Us Weekly in July. “It was in the pandemic [that] had just happened. So, it was impossible for us to see each other. It was right when the show is coming out, it’s obviously a lot going on in our lives. And, yeah, he found someone else on his boats, and I didn’t know for a couple of months.”
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