Australia NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian reveals her new boyfriend
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Gladys Berejiklian has moved on with the very man who represented her during a corruption inquiry into her former boyfriend and disgraced MP Daryl Maguire.
ThePremier's relationship with high-profile barrister Arthur Moses was confirmed on Friday night through an Instagram post shared by her sister.
The pair are seen looking into each other's eyes as they sit beside each other on a lounge.
'After work Friday feels with these two. Glad and her boo,' Ms Berejiklian's sister Mary captioned the shot.
A spokesperson for the premier said the pair had 'begun spending private time together' but declined to comment further.
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Mr Moses represented Ms Berejiklian when she faced the Independent Commission Against Corruption last year.
During the inquiry the premier revealed she'd been dating Mr Maguire, an MP for Wagga Wagga, for five years.
The bombshell confession not only shocked the public but also floored her own parliamentary colleagues.
One longtime colleague went as far as describing Mr Maguire as 'the last bloke you'd think she'd have a relationship with'.
Not even the premier's family or closest friends had any idea about the five-year relationship, which was carried out behind closed doors until shortly before the inquiry began.
Mr Moses is now no longer representing Ms Berejiklian.
NSW premier is dating high-profile lawyer
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is dating high-profile lawyer Arthur Moses who represented her at a corruption hearing into former boyfriend Daryl Maguire.Her new date is high-profile barrister Arthur Moses, SC, with their relationship revealed in an Instagram post on Friday by the premier's younger sister Mary.
He is currently representing Ben Roberts-Smith in his defamation trial against Nine newspapers.
It's unclear when the pair began their romance but rumours had swirled in legal and political circles after the couple were spotted sharing a meal at a cafe.
Mr Moses was the president of the NSW Bar Association and of the Law Council of Australia.
At the height of Ms Berejiklian's relationship with Mr Maguire, the premier said she'd hoped to one day go public with him, and even dreamed of marrying him.
Throughout the ICAC inquiry and several media appearances afterwards, Ms Berejiklian appeared stoic, but confessed she had shed tears in the privacy of her own home.
In the wake of the relationship admission, Ms Berejiklian said it had been 'one of the most difficult days of my life' - but she never considered standing down as premier as she did not believe she had done anything wrong.
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The duo had been friends for more than 20 years before becoming intimate around 2015.
Mr Moses was married to lawyer Sylvia Moses, with whom he shares a son, Nicholas.
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