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Sir Philip Green’s daughter Chloe shares kiss with world’s ‘hottest convict’

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CHLOE Green, heiress to Topshop tycoon Sir Philip Green’s £3.8billion fortune, has been spotted canoodling with convicted gangster-turnedmodel Jeremy Meeks.

They were aboard a 180ft yacht as they cruised the Mediterranean off Turkey.

 After the pictures emerged yesterday, Chloe, 26, defiantly posted another photo on her Instagram acount.

It showed her posing with tattooed Meeks, 33, in a restaurant with the caption: “We appreciate all the love and hate.”

Chloe and Jeremy, who is married with two children, met in May at the Cannes Film Festival.

He shot to fame in 2014 when police in Stockton, California, posted his mugshot on their website following his arrest for gang activity.

The photo went viral with internet users dubbing him “the hottest convict ever.”

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Chloe’s defiant post to her many followers

Ex-criminal Jeremy Meeks kicks off his modelling career

He was convicted of possessing a semi-automatic pistol and jailed for two years.

We appreciate all the love and hate

Chloe Green

He was released from prison in 2016 saying he had found God, quickly secured a six-figure modelling contract and now goes by the name The Hot Felon.

An insider said the heiress was “quite taken” with her new man, adding: “Chloe seems quite taken with Jeremy, and who can blame her?

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Chloe is the daughter of billionaire Sir Philip Green

“He’s seen as one of the sexiest guys on the celebrity social circuit and has a story or two to tell about his colourful past. Quite what Chloe’s dad and Jeremy’s wife will make of their fling is another matter”.

Sir Philip is chairman of the Arcadia Group, which owns various stores including Dorothy Perkins.

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Jeremy Meeks was released from prison in 2016 saying he had found God

There were calls for him to be stripped of his knighthood over the closure of BHS, once in the Arcadia stable, which saw 11,000 people lose their jobs.

Following the collapse, Sir Philip agreed to pay over £360million of his own money to rescue the pensions.

express.co.uk

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