Dougie Poynter walks the catwalk in his first fashion show

The McFly drummer walked in Joshua Kane's Autumn/Winter show


Dougie Poynter has made the transition from musician to model seamlessly. The 28-year-old walked in his first fashion show, Joshua Kane’s Autumn/Winter Fashion Show in East London’s Spitalfields, on Friday.

The drummer looked confident as he walked the runway wearing a gold and black brocade jacket with a black shirt, short black trousers and shiny black suit shoes. To complete the look the singer slicked back his long hair.

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Dougie walked in the Joshua Kane Autumn/Winter show on Friday

Ellie Goulding, who sang at the Victoria's Secret runway show, congratulated her on-off boyfriend on his achievement. “Congratulations on your first walk @idougahole this is incredible. @joshuakanebespoke #nextbigthing,” she wrote.

The couple were believed to have taken a break, in the run up to Christmas, after struggling with their respective work commitments. Before then, Ellie had spoken out about how she had wanted to start a family with her boyfriend-of-two-years. "We want to [get married] and we do want to have children but I think realistically it won’t happen for a while. Next year I’m on tour and I don’t want it to be something we fit in," she explained.

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Ellie Goulding congratulated Dougie on his achievement

Many fans believe that the two have reconnected romantically as they were spotted looking cosy whilst shopping at a London supermarket earlier this week. The McFly band member all but confirmed the reunion during the Joshua Kane after party. "Ellie and I are really good," he responded when asked about his relationship with the How Long Will I Love You singer.

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