TV personality Dani Dyer has shared cute pictures with her Herefordshire-born Premier League footballer boyfriend Jarrod Bowen.

On Instagram, Dani Dyer, daughter of BBC Eastender actor Danny Dyer, declared her love for Bowen, who grew up in Leominster.

In an Instagram post, Love Island star Dyer, 26, said: "One year of loving you... Happy Anniversary baby... your the boyfriend I've always dreamed of having... grateful for someone as kind and special as you."


The picture showed the couple posing in a mirror at the Cave Hotel, a luxurious hotel on the outskirts of Canterbury in Kent.

With restaurants, a spa and a golf course, the hotel is rated as excellent with 4.5 stars out of five on Tripadvisor and it also has an AA Rosette award for culinary excellence.

Dyer later shared a second post with more pictures of the stay, showing off the couple's large room with a stunning view over the golf course.

"Lovely date night and lots of food... the way to my heart," she said.

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She said she can't wait to return to the hotel which was "beautiful".

The pair are often sharing pictures with each other on their Instagram accounts, with Dyer boasting 3.6 million followers and Bowen with 255,000.

After unsuccessful trials at Aston Villa and Cardiff City, Bowen, now 25, started his career as a scholar at Hereford United.

At the age of 17, Bowen broke into the Hereford United first team after impressing for the youth team that season, making his debut in a 2–0 loss against Barnet in March 2014.


He scored his first career goal in April 2014 in Hereford's 3–2 home victory over Alfreton Town.

After Hereford were expelled from the Football Conference in June 2014, Bowen signed for Premier League club Hull City in July before he joined West Ham United on a permanent transfer.

The Premier League club paid an initial £18 million for the forward, with up to s£7 million in potential add-ons.