The love story between Martina Miliddi and Raffaele Renda continues at full speed: the two former students of Amici 20, who met right within the program of Maria De Filippi, spent a few days together after celebrating the birthday of Rosa and there was no lack of kisses and romantic dedications.
Between Martina Miliddi is Raffaele Renda love proceeds at full speed: the Latin American dancer and the Calabrian singer have formalized their attendance only a few weeks after leaving the school of Friends. In fact, within the program of Maria De Filippi, their acquaintance did not go beyond a friendship because Martina was linked to the singer Aka7even.
Now that they have decided to live theirs love freely, Martina is Raffaele they no longer even hide on social media. In recent days, however, the couple’s fans had shown themselves quite worried because they hadn’t seen any more photos or romantic dedications on Instagram and, thus, it was immediately rumored of a possible break.
Martina had intervened to disprove this hypothesis and, now, the two have returned to spend a few days together with the occasion of the celebrations of the birthday of Rose Of Grace.
Friends: the kiss between Martina and Raffaele
Martina is Raffaele, in fact, they are living a story a distance: the dancer lives permanently in Sardinia, where the singer has already spent a few days, while Raffaele he lives in Calabra, even if at the moment he is very busy with the work projects to be carried out after Amici’s experience.
The two, however, were together on Rosa’s birthday and, with the occasion, they allowed themselves a few romantic days together: for the first time, in the stories of Instagram, after posting a shot in the elevator, they also exchanged a kiss passionate, confirming a steadfast love. Not only, Martina he also chose as a dedication for his fiance a song by Sfera Ebbasta, entitled “And you make me crazy”.
Finally, a selfie taken in the evening, probably after having been out for dinner, in which Martina is found tenderly embraced a Raffaele: no crisis between the two, indeed, the dancer and the singer seem more accomplices than ever!