Rita Ora and Rafferty Law hold hands as they leave British Fashion Awards

Rita Ora and Rafferty Law left the British Fashion Awards hand-in-hand.

The twosome have crossed paths while filming together for an adaptation of Oliver Twist with a modern spin on it.

Anywhere hitmaker Rita, 29, held hands with Jude Law and Sadie Frost's son Rafferty, 23, when they were seen sneaking out of the star-studded fashion awards.

They didn't leave each other's sides when the pair kept their cosy exit on the down low while creeping out of the busy A-list affair on Monday.

Rita outlined her eyes with electric blue make-up to jazz up her white suit and black camisole for the dazzling occasion.


Rafferty nailed a sleek look all in black with a metallic necklace hanging around his neck.

Rita famously has a colourful love life which has been turbulent over the years she has been in the limelight.

From her first love and DJ Calvin Harris to dating the likes of actor Andrew Garfield and Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Rob Kardashian .



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The singer was rumoured to have had a flirtation with Brooklyn Beckham.

Her cosy display with Rafferty may raise a few eyebrows.

But co-stars Rita and Rafferty appeared to have grown close while they started shooting scenes for the modern adaptation of the classic.



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The Mirror has approached Rita Ora and Rafferty Law's representatives for further comment.

The singer has taken on the role of the Artful Dodger and the famous offspring has landed the part of the main character.

Game Of Thrones star Lena Headey, Franz Drameh and Sophie Simnett also star in the reboot being produced by Sky Cinema.

According to NME , the synopsis reads: "Twist is a modern interpretation of Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist in which Oliver is reinvented as a streetwise artist living on the streets of modern-day London.

"A chance encounter with a gang of grifters led by the charismatic Dodge (Ora) sees Twist (Law) caught up in a high stakes heist to steal a priceless painting for master thief, Fagin (Caine), and his psychopathic business partner, Sikes (Headey).” [sic]

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