Nadia Forde and beau Dom Day struggling to find home in Japan

Nadia Forde and beau Dom Day struggling to find home in Japan

Nadia Forde and boyfriend Dominic Day have been struggling to find suitable accommodation in Japan – because he’s too tall.

The Irish model and Welsh rugby star finally made their move to Japan this week after a Visa setback, but now their problem is finding somewhere to live.

According to the Irish Mail on Sunday, the pair have struggled to find suitable accommodation as Dom was ‘too tall’ for their first place.

While Dominic has signed with Toyota Verblitz in the Japanese city of Nagoya, Nadia is set to split her time between Japan, the UK, Dublin and LA.

The brunette hasn’t posted many updates on social media since their move – but showed support for Ireland in the Euros as she posted a pic of her sporting a green baseball cap.

"Nadia Forde and beau Dom Day struggling to find home in Japan" via Goss.ie

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