They only went public as a couple a few days ago after dating in secret for several months.
The Good Morning Britain host, 47, and Crystal Palace FC chairman, 53, were spotted dining at dim sum teahouse Yauatcha in Soho.
The pair looked happy and comfortable in each others company and held hands as they walked around the West End.
Their date comes a few days after they made their first public appearance as a couple at the Crystal Palace v Chelsea game at Stamford Bridge stadium on Sunday.
As chairman, Steve attends most of the Premier League team’s games, while Susanna is a lifelong Crystal Palace fan, having grown up in Croydon, not far from the club’s Selhurst Park base.
Susanna and Steve have known each other for several years due to their connections to Crystal Palace FC – the TV presenter has been an honorary patron of the Crystal Palace Football Club’s charity the Palace For Life Foundation since February 2018.
However, they only stared seeing each other over the summer – meaning its Susanna’s first relationship since her split from long-term partner Dominic Cotton in 2014.
Susanna and Dominic were together for 16 years and have three sons together; Sam, 16, Finn, 14, and Jack, 13.
They famously never married because she wasn’t so keen after her own parents divorced when she was nine.
Meanwhile, millionaire Steve has two adult daughters from a previous marriage.
A friend told The Sun last week: “They have known each other for several years through their connections to Palace. Over the summer they started hanging out more and fell for each other.
“They have a real chemistry, a wicked sense of humour and both are real family people. Plus, of course, they share a love of the Eagles.”
A week before going public, Susanna said she was finally ready to start dating again now her sons were older.
She told the Mail On Sunday’s You magazine: “I’m definitely open to dating again. This is the right time of my life to explore that now. I’ve spent a significant amount of time since the split focused on the children and on work. That’s been absolutely the right thing to do for the past couple of years.
“(My children) encouraged me to think about developing that side of my life a little bit more. You want your children to be happy with what you’re doing.”
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