Take Me Out girl who works in burger van dating oil baron millionaire who recognised her from the show
A TAKE Me Out girl who works in a burger van is dating a millionaire oil baron.
Rikki Lee Lemmon, 23, says Hussain Khashawi chatted her up after recognising her from the popular love-match show, reports Star on Sunday.
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The 23-year-old wooed her by lavishing her with gifts, including shoes and a weekend in the £4,000-a-night Ritz hotel in London on just their second date.
Hussain’s family is worth around £400million
Rikki says he didn’t reveal his wealth until their second meet up, which she said left her “totally speechless”.
She said: “Hussain is the most amazing man I’ve ever met. I know he’s the one for me.”
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Rikki Lee added: “We started talking and all of a sudden he said he recognised me from Take Me Out.
“He said he’d seen me on the show and thought I was gorgeous and couldn’t believe I was still single, which was really sweet.”
Hussain even took Rikki to Harrods and bought her TEN pairs of Christian Louboutin heels.
He has homes in Kuwait, Boston and New York.
Now he has asked Rikki to quit her job and travel the world with him.
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She added: “It’s not every day you meet someone worth millions.
“I thought it was hilarious – I work in a burger van.
“A lot of people might think it’s the money, but I truly believe I’ve met my soulmate.”
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