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Bobby Flay's girlfriend, Christina Perez, was seen kissing him in a video that was shared to celebrate his 57th birthday on Friday.
In the clip, the 40-year-old writer and her boyfriend were seen smiling at the camera before the former turned and planted a kiss on the side of her partner's head.
The celebrity chef and the entrepreneur opened up about their romance earlier this year after the reality television personality decided to make his relationship status known to the public.
Perez also wrote a short message in her post's caption where she sent her well-wishes to her partner.
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It read: 'Happy birthday to the man who keeps me laughing and makes my life more delicious and sparkly than I could ever have imagined — love you x million.'
Flay and his now-girlfriend went public with their romance this past November, when they attended the 2021 Breeders' Cup World Championship at Del Mar Racetrack in California.
Prior to becoming romantically involved with the writer, the chef was married to fellow food industry personality Debra Ponzek, with whom he tied the knot in 1991.
The two were both nominated for the 1992 James Beard Foundation Award for Rising Star Chef, which Ponzek eventually took home.
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The pair remained together for the rest of that year and finalized their divorce in 1993.
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Flay later began a relationship with Kate Connelly, and the two made their union official in 1995.
The former couple welcomed a daughter named Sophie before they decided to end their marriage in 1998.
The chef eventually began seeing Stephanie March, best known for her work on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and they married in 2005.
The two remained together for ten years before they separated and divorced in 2015.
He was later spotted spending time with actress Helene Yorke, although the two did not remain with each other for long.
This past November, it was confirmed bythat Flay and Perez had begun a relationship after they went public at the Breeder's Cup.
A source spoke to the media outlet and described the writer as 'smart, sweet, and stylish.'
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