Jameela Jamil Adorably Missing Boyfriend James Blake
While we are used to of seeing Jameela Jamil in empowering roles only, it does not mean that there is no romantic side to her. Amidst all the I Weigh campaigns and interviews and shoots, the actress still manages to take time out for boyfriend James Blake. But looks like with their conflicting schedules, its becoming harder than ever. Now that Blake is gone to United Kingdom for his music tour, and Jameela is insanely occupied with her new clothing brand shoot, the couple has barely managed to get time together.
Since it’s getting to be too much to handle, The Good Place actress has vented her feelings publicly on social media.
Jameela Jamil Fed Up with James Blake Being on Tour?
James Blake is gone on a music tour to London for quite some time now. The tour kicked off some time ago. But looks like it won’t wrap up in London. Blake still has many shows pending. He has yet to visit France, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and New Zealand.
With 10 shows pending, James will be done by his tour in July 2019. But looks like he might want to go back home and visit his girlfriend Jameela amidst these dates. Or will the two manage to have a long distance relationship for the next three months?
Jameela Jamil herself is occupied with one of the biggest projects ever. Apparently, the actress is shooting for a clothing brand. But that’s just not it. As in between things, there are always interviews and appearances to make with regards to the I Weigh campaign. However, despite her busy schedule, she is still hating the fact that James Blake is on tour. She took to Instagram to post a picture with him, and express her sadness at how he was still away.
Although the comments section with people asking her to fly over there and join him, we know it must not be that easy. The actress can simply not push away all work responsibilities to take an unscheduled break with her boyfriend. If she could, she might have already done it by now.
Jameela Jamil is an actress and activist who has been very vocal on movements like #MeToo and other instances when women experience body shaming. Her most prominent works include The Good Place, T4, and Freshly Squeezed.