Paul Hollywood swaps bread rolls for biker‘s leathers as he poses on a motorbike for new TV show

Paul Hollywood swaps bread rolls for biker‘s leathers as he dons a bandana and stetson while posing on a motorbike for new cooking and travel show in the US

Paul Hollywood swapped bread rolls for biker‘s leathers and donned a bandana and a stetson hat in a series of images shared on Instagram. 

The star, 53, posed on a motorbike in the snaps uploaded on Saturday as he promoted his new travel and film TV show.

Captioning the pictures, Paul explained the premise for the new series, informing fans that he‘ll be travelling across the US meeting Hollywood actors and having culinary experiences.  

He wrote: ‘My new series “Paul Goes to Hollywood” starts in a couple of weeks… where I meet Hollywood actors and travel the USA from NY-LA on a Big Dig motorcycle, checking out films and food x [sic].‘

His post was instantly flooded with messages from fans complimenting his look and begging for more information about the programme. 

Looking every inch the biker, Paul looked completely at ease as he straddled the red and black Big Dog bike in the desert location. 

Dressing appropriately for his US road trip, the celebrity chef slipped into a faded black jacket which featured yellow and white stripes on the arms.

He layered it over a black T-shirt and added navy jeans and dark brown boots.

Accessorising his look, Paul added trendy mirrored sunglasses, a black bandana covering his mouth and a black stetson hat. 

Paul‘s pictures come after his ex Summer Monteys-Fullam shared a post which alluded that her ex ‘just won‘t let it go,‘ but did not say whether this was in reference to the Great British Bake Off judge.

The post after the former barmaid, 24, recently confirmed that she had finally drawn ‘closure‘ on her split from Paul after she collected the rest of her belongings from his mansion.

In the post, Summer posted the message: ‘When you ex just won‘t let it go,‘ along with an emoji resembling the emotion of bewilderment. 

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It was not clear whether this post was a direct reference to ex Paul, following their high-profile split in August.

MailOnline has ed representatives for Summer Monteys-Fullam for further comment.

It comes after the Summer revealed she now has ‘closure‘ after her ex Paul reportedly allowed her to collect the rest of her belongings from his mansion.

Summer took to her Instagram Stories on Friday morning with a short boomerang clip of herself delightedly closing a moving van door, with the word ‘closure‘ written out in large letters.

Clad in a tight white vest top and skinny black jeans, Summer appeared to hint she was ready to leave her two-year romance with the GBBO host in the past.

A source told : ‘Summer and Paul have been at loggerheads for months but this looks like a sign that things might become civil.  

‘She had something in the region of £500 worth of horse items left at their old house and has wanted them back for a while.

‘On Sunday, he said that she could come and collect her leftover belongings so she hired a van and her and her mum went to grab the stuff. He was there in the house when she popped over.‘

The former couple separated in a high-profile break-up in August, after she dumped him for asking her to sign a non-disclosure agreement. 

Summer previously hit out at claims she ‘used‘ her former boyfriend to become successful.

Speaking to New! magazine, she said: ‘People think I‘ve used this relationship to be successful, when people see a younger girl with an older guy or vice versa, they think that person is using the wealthier partner- but that‘s far from the truth.‘

Summer said it was ‘easy to judge her‘ because she didn‘t have the ‘wealth, fame and high profile‘ like Paul and that people forget there was ‘love, commitment, care and respect‘ between them.



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