Lewis Hamilton refers to Nicole Scherzinger as 'wifey'
Formula One driver posts photo with singer Nicole Scherzinger on a social networking site indicating they're not just back together as a couple but might just be engaged too
Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton and former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger's six-year on-off relationship finally seems to have settled with reports claiming that the couple are engaged.
This picture posted by Lewis Hamilton on a social networking site recently shows him and Nicole Scherzinger at the Sistine Chapel in Rome
Roaming in Rome
The couple have offered no comment on the same though, even as Hamilton further raised suspicion when he recently shared an Instagram photograph of him with Scherzinger spending some time together in Rome.
The picture showed the couple at the Sistine chapel and alongside Hamilton wrote: "This was a great day....truly humbled by the Sistine Chapel plus there with my wifey."
The wifey reference was obviously to Scherzinger since there was no third person in the picture.
Hamilton (29) and Scherzinger (35) have been on and off with their relationship given their busy careers and the fact that they live miles away from each other. Hamilton lives in Switzerland while Scherzinger is based in Los Angeles.
Nicole Scherzinger was the driving force behind one of the most popular girl bands The Pussycat Dolls. Later, she became a reality TV judge and made history as the first judge to have worked on singing contest X Factor in USA as well as UK. Pics/Getty Images
The couple were individually quoted on separate occasions as being very sad and even miserable after they split up the last time in July last year before reports suggested they had gotten back together a few months later, in November.
Very much in love
Back then too the couple did not confirm that they were together again. And though they have preferred to remain silent again this time, friends close to them have told British media that they are very much in love and that Scherzinger has accepted Hamilton's proposal — apparently in his fourth attempt — and even agreed to move to Switzerland with him.