The pathetic woman pictured above is going to get a wake up call. The “love” here is a one-way street.
A British aid worker who will marry a refugee she met at the Calais Jungle has hit back at claims that volunteers are going to the migrant camp for sex.
Sarah Gayton and Hamoude Kahlil, a law student who fled Aleppo, Syria in 2014, announced their engagement on November 1 2015.
But Miss Gayton, 41, has been forced to claim their love is genuine following claims from a male volunteer that British women are volunteering in Calais to have sex with migrants.
Speaking to the Sunday Times, she said: ‘You can always look at someone else’s life and make assumptions but that’s pretty sad.
‘I know that I met a kind, caring, wonderful man a year ago and I’m happy.
‘We are two people that fell in love and remain that way.’
Miss Gayton, a management consultant from Chiswick, west London, met Mr Kahlil last year while they worked in a warehouse run by the charities Help Refugees and L’Auberge des Migrants.
She told the newspaper she was ‘definitely not looking for love’.
Mr Kahlil is free to live in Britain for the next five years, and the couple are planning their wedding.
Miss Gayton admitted some people are sceptical about their relationship, but added that those who have seen them together ‘knew it was real’.