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Francis Bourgeois has been dominating TikTok lately and fans of the train-spotting enthusiast want to know if he's got a girlfriend.
After going viral on the platform, he even made an appearance on ITV's This Morning and people love him for his enthusiasm, his energy and his unique camera angles.
The 21-year-old's fascination with trains has been a life-long affair. He started trainspotting as a primary school kid, despite being teased by his classmates. He's also the proud owner of a vintage 1980's train worker uniform, which you can sometimes see him sporting in his TikTok videos.
As Francis doesn't really share his personal life on social media (beyond his trainspotting hobby), we can't confirm whether he's in a relationship with anybody at the moment. It goes without saying that whoever he dates, they'll need to like trains!
Having said this, in September 2021, he posted a video on Instagram where he was sat with a girl in a cafe watching a train come past the window. Some fans have speculated about the mystery woman being his girlfriend, but Francis hasn't confirmed anything. You can see the video below.
Francis has amassed more than 948,000 followers on TikTok since joining in 2020. He's also got a sizable following on Instagram, with more than 723,000 followers there.
"I love to show how awesome trains can be as well as trying to make you smile, laugh and just try and bring joy," he told Philip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning in October 2021.
The 21-year-old has even had Arsenal legend Thierry Henry in one of his videos.
Francis is currently studying at Nottingham University and hopes to pursue a career in railway engineering.
"I want to contribute my passion for trains and also engineering to make the railway network a better place for everyone," he said.
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@francis_bourgeois43
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