Billionaire pub baron Justin Hemmes wishes ‘beautiful’ girlfriend Madeline Holtznagel a happy 26th birthday
Justin Hemmes has shared a sweet tribute to his girlfriend Madeline Holtznagel on her 26th birthday.
Posting a rare image of the pair together to his Instagram Stories on Saturday, the billionaire pub baron, 49, marked the occasion with a sweet caption.
‘Happy birthday beautiful girl,’ he wrote alongside a photo of the couple arm in arm and beaming for the camera.
Model Madeline was all smiles in the image as she posed in a flirty floral frock with puffed sleeves.
Justin meanwhile looked casually chic in a crisp white outfit consisting of a matching shirt and jeans.
In August, Madeline had herself paid tribute to her boyfriend as he celebrated his 49th birthday.
Love: In August, Madeline had herself paid tribute to her boyfriend as he celebrated his 49th birthday
‘Happy birthday’ the beauty captioned a sweet set of black and white images shared to Instagram.
One photo showed the couple embracing on a cliffside with an ocean view in the background while a second photo depicted the pair linking hands as they enjoyed a drink alongside a beach.
The couple have remained quite private through the duration of their relationship.
Sweet: ‘Happy birthday’ the 25-year-old beauty captioned the sweet set of black and white images. One photo showed the couple embracing on a cliffside
While it’s not known exactly how long Justin and Madeline have been dating, she hinted their relationship has carried on longer than many people expect.
Speaking to The Sydney Morning Herald in October, Madeline said they’d actually met two years before reports emerged of their relationship early last year.
‘We have known each other for two years and met when I was modelling in Singapore,’ she said at the time.
It was also reported that Madeline was living in a penthouse apartment owned by Justin in the Sydney beachside suburb of Coogee.
A while: While it’s not known exactly how long Justin and Madeline have been dating, she hinted their relationship has carried on longer than many people expect