Charlie XCX and boyfriend were close to a breakup but Covid-19 lockdown saved their relationship

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Charli XCX attends Pandora Street Of Loves. Photographed by Andrew Toth for Pandora
Charli XCX attends Pandora Street Of Loves. Photographed by Andrew Toth for Pandora
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Charli XCX revealed she and boyfriend Huck Kwong were about to break up because they barely saw each other before the coronavirus pandemic.

The singer, 27, says she and her beau's decision to live together during quarantine helped to save their relationship, and made her realise she can trust Huck with her life.

READ MORE: Does lockdown have your partner feeling more like a sibling? 10 tips to reignite your fading romance

Speaking to Zane Lowe on Apple Music she explains, “You know, we were, I'm not going to say like at the end of the road, but close to it.”

However, now the singer says she feels lucky to be together with him for so long.

Compiled Futhi Masilela

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