Maisie Smith and Max George get parking ticket on day out to Birmingham after X-rated Ulrika Jonsson feud | The Sun

MAISIE Smith and Max George were slapped with a parking ticket during a day out in Birmingham following his spat with Ulrika Jonsson.

The Wanted singer Max, 34, has been embroiled in a feud with Ulrika, 55, after The Sun columnist criticised Maisie, 21.

As he and former EastEnders star Maisie were seen for the first time since the war of words, they appeared shocked to find a ticket warden issuing their BMW with a fine.

The couple were once again matching in identical black The North Face gilets.

Max and Maisie, who met during Strictly Come Dancing 2020, both donned cosy beanie hats and jumpers and jeans.

The pair went public with their romance in August of this year and have shared numerous public displays of affection on social media.

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But last week Maisie sparked speculation it was all over when she posted a video of herself crying – despite the fact they were enjoying a loved-up holiday in Cyprus.

The clip didn’t impress some people, in particular Ulrika who branded her ‘self indulgent’.

Writing for The Sun, Ulrika, 55, questioned: “Surely, sadness, mourning, personal trauma or grieving is something private – not something you milk?

“To do what Maisie did, which was to accompany her tears with a cryptic message and dramatic music which had everyone tearing their hair out with concern for her, fraught with anxiety – and then in a subsequent post to be pictured snogging the face off her boyfriend as if nothing had happened at all, is insulting.

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“It also exploits the loyalty and goodwill of her fans, who clearly care deeply about her.”

She concluded: “It has a whiff of the boy who cried wolf about it.”

Max later hit back with a photo showing him defiantly sticking up his middle finger and adding: “Just for you Ulrika."

Ulrika later quipped: "I feel honoured I’ve been on your mind, Max George, sufficiently enough for you to flip me the bird on your Instagram story this week."

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