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    Blair Kinghorn can count on the support of glamorous girlfriend Dina Celina during Scotland's Rugby World Cup campaign.

    Gregor Townsend's side take on South Africa in their opening Pool B fixture on Sunday with Kinghorn starting at full-back, as he earns a 47th cap since his debut back in 2018.

    Dina has been Kinghorn's biggest fan since they began dating back in 2020 – having already began a successful career as a registered nutritionist and showing off the stunning results on social media.

    The 32-year-old has thousands of Instagram followers who have taken a keen interest in her online advice, as well as seeing snaps with her partner at Murrayfield.

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    The couple have both shared snaps of their lives together in recent years including after matches at the home of Scotland.

    The pair have also enjoyed a holiday or two down the years with Kinghorn seen clutching a beer during a trip away last year – but fitness is a keen passion of both as shown by their respective figures.

    All their attention will now be on France as Scotland look to start their tournament a with a win over reigning champions South Africa having beaten hosts France in a warm-up contest.

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    Kinghorn, who is a giant at just short of 6ft 5in, might've even had a career in football before choosing Rugby Union.

    Now 26 and playing for Edinburgh Rugby, he said back in 2019 in a chat with The Scotsman: "Aged 15 I had to decide between the two sports.

    "Rugby was going well at school so I canned the football."

    England's rugby team will be aiming for glory in France, with Umbro supplying their kits for the tournament. It is the first time that the supplier have been handed the chance to produce the kits, with a traditional white home shirt emblazoned with the iconic red rose.

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    He added: "I don’t look back over my shoulder at football. Not even when players are being transferred for a hundred million – honest!"

    Scotland take on South Africa in Marseille at the State Velodrome and will be hoping to build on the atmosphere created by home fans during their opening win over New Zealand.

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