Charli XCX reveals how quarantine has impacted her relationship

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 Charli XCX at The 59th GRAMMY Awards. Photographed by Christopher Polk
Charli XCX at The 59th GRAMMY Awards. Photographed by Christopher Polk
Photographed by Christopher Polk

The singer and her partner, Huck Kwong, have gotten even closer whilst in quarantine as people all over the globe battle to flatten the curve of Covid-19 infections.

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Speaking on the Candy Shop on Apple Music, she says the narrative has changed because of quarantine and insists the time has brought them closer.

Charli says her feelings for Huck inspired many of the songs she’s written for her new album while in isolation.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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