She’ll be warm All Night Long: Alexandra Burke wraps up against the cold snap as she heads for dinner with mystery man
08:22 GMT, 15 January 2013
08:24 GMT, 15 January 2013
While most of London’s inhabitants barricaded themselves at home on Monday night preparing for more snow, Alexandra Burke braved the chill for a dinner date.
The All Night Long singer wrapped up warm in her favourite fur trim coat from Pinko as she headed out with a mystery man.
The pair were heading for Ciro’s Pomodoro in Kensington, which is a favourite among well-heeled fans of Italian cuisine.
Wrapped up warm: Alexandra Burke was well prepared against the cold when she arrived at the restaurant
Alexandra, 24, looked radiant as she walked along the West London pavement.
Her hair, straight, honey blonde extensions with a blunt fringe, looked very Beyonce-esque as it flowed around her shoulders.
She kept her look casual with jeans and platform boots, while a pair of ornate gold earrings and a statement bad gave her a funky edge.
Dinner for two? Alexandra and her mystery man headed out for a pizza in Knightsbridge on Monday night
It is not the first time Alexandra has been seen out in the coat which features real raccoon fur and retails for £485.
However, her companion looked decidedly less chic in a backwards baseball cap, loose fitting jeans and black trainers.
Although his Ralph Lauren jacket looked trendy, it was unlikely to have been warm enough for the cold London weather, which saw a thin layer of snow blanket the Capital.
Smart casual: Alexandra looked like she had made for effort for the rendezvous than her friend
Fur gilet: Alexandra was prepared for Baltic conditions as she stepped out for dinner with a friend
It is not clear if Alex and her mystery man are romantically involved, but they did look relaxed in one another’s company.
In October, Alexandra was seen enjoying a romantic city break in Milan with Dominique Jean-Zephirin.
Her dalliance with the French-Haitian footballer came after a nasty break up with Tottenham star Jermain Defoe.