Love Island’s Siânnise Fudge and Luke Trotman march in Black Lives Matter protest after George Floyd’s death
Siânnise Fudge and Luke Trotman have been seen joining a Black Lives Matter protest in London.
The loved-up couple, who found fame on the first ever winter series of the hit ITV dating show Love Island, were photographed holding hands as they posed for the camera in the capital, where hundreds of people were marching in solidarity.
Luke, 22, opted for a casual look as he wore a simple black t-shirt with a pair of grey shorts, which matched with his grey trainers.
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The reality star hid his hair underneath a black cap, which was turned around to face the back, and kept his glasses hanging from his neck, attached to a chain.
Both Luke and his other half, who recently moved into their first flat together, made sure to wear protective gear for the march as they both had blue face masks on, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Much like Luke, 25 year old Siânnise decided to keep things casual, too, as she donned a grey and white oversized tie-dye t-shirt with some neon yellow cycling shorts underneath.
The TV personality paired the outfit with some grey trainers alongside a white bag with a strap that had the words 'the future begins' written on it. She completed the ensemble by tying her long raven-hair up into a high bun.
In the background of the snap, many people could be seen walking in the Black Lives Matter protest.
The couple, who recently opened up on their first heartbreaks, took to their Instagram Stories to share clips of the peaceful protest throughout the day.
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The march was organised after the wrongful killing of George Floyd, 46, an unarmed black man who was arrested, pinned to the ground and died after a policeman kneeled on his neck.
The police officer involved in Floyd's death, Derek Chauvin, 44, has since been arrested and charged with third degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.
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In the videos posted on Luke and Siânnise's social media accounts, people could be seen cheering Floyd's name as well as chanting the words: "Black Lives Matter".
Starting in Trafalgar Square, the pair walked alongside hundreds as they headed towards the US Embassy in Battersea.
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