Not long ago, Swedish influencer Alice Steinlöf (27) could say she fell in love with a girl for the first time.
They have been lovers ever since, but the 27-year-old has kept his cards close to his chest about his loved ones.
Now, however, she has shared pictures of her boyfriend with her nearly 420,000 followers on Instagram, writing in Swedish to hand in.
“New in Love at the Festival”
Stenlöf and his girlfriend spent the weekend at the Lollapalooza Festival in Stockholm this weekend, and on that occasion the Swede posted a photo with his girlfriend.
“I will always be in love again at a festival,” the 27-year-old wrote in a photo of the couple kissing.
Admittedly, there has been speculation as to whether this isn’t the first time Stenlöf has presented his chosen one.
The Swede regularly posts snippets of his daily life on YouTube, and in May there was one video that caught attention, he writes News 24.
In the video, titled “It Shouldn’t Be This Way,” Stenlove takes followers for a night out on the town. Then there might have been more people who noticed a special woman the influencer danced with.
The same woman apparently appears in Stenlöf’s latest video from Lollapalooza Weekend. In the video, the 27-year-old and the woman can be seen gently holding each other, as well as sharing a kiss.
This is how they met
In addition to sharing from everyday life on YouTube, Stenlöf gives followers insight into life in his podcast «What the hell happenedShe drives with Clara Elfgren (33).
There she could talk about what it was like when she realized she was in love.
– It’s special for me, because the first girl I was with, then I fell in love, but she was very beautiful, as she told me then.
When Stenlöf hosted on “Framgångspodden,” she could lift the veil How did you meet her boyfriend?
– We have mutual friends, so it’s not strange. Then we went out and I quickly realized to myself: “Damn, I’m really interested in this guy.” But it took time to understand what kind of feeling it was. Gradually I got to know her better and then I thought, “Oh my God, that tickles my stomach,” she declared on the podcast, which is reproduced by to hand in.
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