Celebrity First Dates star Paddy White found ‘safe and well’ after going missing

Keegan Hirst does Celebrity First Dates

Celebrity First Dates star Paddy White, who was reported missing earlier this month and last seen 21 days ago, has now been found according to police.

Gloucestershire Constabulary has confirmed that the reality star has been found “safe and well” after previously warning that he could be in “immediate danger”.

Earlier this week the police issued pleas for information to anyone who had any information on the First Dates star’s whereabouts.

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“The 33-year-old from Cirencester was found safe and well by British Transport Police in London.

“He is now receiving the appropriate support,” they added.

Before he was thankfully found, Paddy was last spotted on June 29 in Bishopsgate, London.

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Police across the UK were reportedly carrying out a search for the star, who appeared on Channel 4’s Celebrity First Dates in 2016.

Celebrity First Dates is a spin-off of Channel 4’s popular series First Dates.

Paddy became a recognisable face after searching for a spark with rugby player Keegan Hirst.

Police shared earlier this week how Paddy’s family had grown “increasingly concerned” in his absence, urging anyone who had seen the 33-year-old to get in touch with them immediately. 

Gloucestershire Constabulary said at the time: “Paddy’s family just want to know he is safe so if you have any information, please call Gloucestershire Constabulary and quote incident 532 of 8 July.

“You can call 999 if you are with Paddy at the time or think he is in immediate danger, or if have sighted him recently and don’t consider him to be in immediate danger, you can call 101 and ask for Gloucestershire Constabulary.”

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