Ant McPartlin has stepped out on a rare date night with girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett.
The Saturday Night Takeaway and I’m A Celebrity host treated his stunning other half to a luxurious night at The Ivy Club in Covent Garden, and the smitten pair were snapped leaving the venue hours later hand-in-hand.
Anne-Marie dressed up for the occasion, sporting a striking summery yellow wrap over dress and a pair of sophisticated nude heels.
Ant’s girlfriend and former personal assistant styled her blonde tresses in bouncy curls, and opted for a subtle smokey eye and a lick of red lipstick to add a touch more glamour to her look.
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Meanwhile Declan Donnelly’s presenting partner looked dapper in a three piece suit, which had a subtle tartan print.
As they left the plush venue, Ant led the way, holding Anne-Marie’s hand protectively as she followed after him.
The pair are rarely snapped on public date nights together, however they were recently pictured heading to visit Dec on his 43rd birthday.
Looking happy and healthy – after celebrating six months sober – Ant was in high spirits after he shared a hilarious birthday message to his friend earlier on in the day.
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In a rare post on the pair’s joint Twitter account, the Geordie presenter, who recently completed treatment in rehab, wrote: “Happy Birthday from the big one to the little one!” alongside a hilarious photo of Dec.
Ant and Anne-Marie’s joint appearance comes months after they started dating – following his highly publicised split from wife Lisa Armstrong after 11 years of marriage.
Recently opening up on the breakdown of their marriage, and alluding to her ex-husband’s new relationship to The Sun, Lisa, 41 – who’s remained relatively private – said: “I laugh a lot.
“Laughter is the best medicine. It can’t get much worse.”