Anne Marie Corbett Lisa Armstrong Pink 2020 BAY Anne Marie Corbett Lisa Armstrong

Ant McPartlin and Anne-Marie wrap up warm to walk their dogs

Reading now: 490
www.thesun.co.uk

ANT McPartlin and Anne-Marie wrapped up warm to walk their dogs. The duo, who got married last year, looked relaxed on a winter walk.

Ant kept the cold at bay in a waxed jacket, and matching dark trousers. The I'm a Celeb host teamed this with a wooly hat and gloves as they took their dogs out for some exercise.

Anne-Marie wrapped up warm in a long black winter coat. The mum-of-two added a splash of colour wearing a pink wooly hat. Anne-Marie Corbett was Ant's personal assistant - and his first girlfriend after splitting from ex-wife Lisa Armstrong.

Read more on thesun.co.uk
The website popstar.one is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint on the news if you find it unreliable.

Related News

Kate Connor - Johnny Connor - Corrie characters who mysteriously vanished - Cilla Battersby to Andy McDonald - dailystar.co.uk - South Africa
dailystar.co.uk
82%
503
Corrie characters who mysteriously vanished - Cilla Battersby to Andy McDonald
Coronation Street this week, after reminding her that her sister Kate Connor was entitled to a share of Johnny's inheritance.Kate Connor was the daughter of the late Johnny Connor, who died after he tried to save wife Jenny during super soap week.Following the death of her own partner in 2019, Kate Connor left the ITV cobbles and has not been seen since, not even making an appearance at her own dad's funeral later last year.Her absence from the funeral and the soap left fans confused, but she's not the only character to have seemingly disappeared from Coronation Street throughout the years.Daily Star looks at other characters who have vanished from the cobbles and have not been heard from since, and whether they might return in the future.Fiz and Chesney's mum, Cilla Battersby-Brown, caused a huge drama when she caught the eye of Les Battersby in 2003 while working as a barmaid in the Rovers Return.After Les decided to leave wife Janice, he and Cilla got married, but sadly their romance was not to last when he slept with ex-wife Janice and later left to join a ZZ Top tribute band.In 2007, Cilla suddenly left her children in Weatherfield after deciding to move away from the cobbles - with no reason or explanation as to why.The mystery of Cilla's dissapearance was later solved when Fiz and Chesney visited their mother in South Africa during the Out of Africa Coronation Street specials, where Cilla was now living.Despite the character making a brief return in 2014, Cilla has not been seen since and is not mentioned by Fiz whatsoever in the soap.The only reference to Cilla is Chesney's occasional visits to see her - leaving viewers wondering what happened to Cilla and whether she will ever return to Weatherfield.However
Andrea Tate - Emmerdale fans 'work out' killer Meena's downfall in huge dog clue amid police search - dailystar.co.uk - county Tate
dailystar.co.uk
47%
610
Emmerdale fans 'work out' killer Meena's downfall in huge dog clue amid police search
Emmerdale's Meena Jutla might have run away to Glasgow after holding Vinny and Manpreet hostage - but she won't get far until her past crimes catch up to her, at least according to ITV soap fans.Eagle-eyed viewers are sure they've spotted a key piece of evidence which will finally bring Meena to justice after her killing spree - and it isn't the box of evidence she's buried in Liam's allotment.Instead, they think Andrea's dog - Princess - could be the key to bringing Meena down.Since murdering Andrea Tate in the maize maze during the survival week, Meena has been holding onto Princess for safe keeping while Wendy was away, looking after her in the B&B.But when the police launched a raid on the property this week, fans think them finding Princess could be a vital clue.If nothing else, the dog might be able to tie Meena further to one of her victims.Taking to Twitter, one fan theorised: "The police are going to find Andrea's dog that Meena was looking after! Hasn't been seen since before Manpreet was held captive in the barn, and Meena's gone but nobody seems to be caring for the dog!"Someone else posted: "Wonder what happened to Princess the dog - did Meena kill her?"As someone else suggested Princess could be even more intrinsic to bringing the villain down, suggesting she could find Meena's box of evidence: "They'll probably have Princess the dog dig it up and drag it into the woods!"It came as Vinny and Liv shared an emotional visit in prison, after Liv's solicitors informed her new evidence had been found in her case - and she would be up in court the next day.Viewers haven't yet been clued in on what the evidence might be, but they did get to see police investigating the B&B.
Vladimir Putin - Putin's terrifying 604ft 'city killer' nuclear submarine is ready as tensions rise - dailystar.co.uk - Britain - USA - Ukraine - Russia
dailystar.co.uk
39%
861
Putin's terrifying 604ft 'city killer' nuclear submarine is ready as tensions rise
Russian submarine dubbed a “city killer” is set to be unleashed on the seas by president Vladimir Putin later this year.The Belgorod, which is reportedly twice the size of Royal Navy submarines, has been specially created to carry deadly Poseidon torpedoes.The submarine is so huge that it can even deploy a smaller min-sub and advanced drones for covert missions.Designers of the Belgorod gave it a stealthy design, despite its world record size, and with its nuclear power sauce, it is capable of sailing to anywhere in the world.Poseidon torpedoes are reportedly nuclear tipped and guided by an artificial intelligence with the ability to cause devastation at its intended target.The submarine is expected to hold eight deadly Poseidon missiles, which can be shot at such speeds it can trigger a tsunami to devastate coastal areas.Defence expert Rob Clark, from the Henry Jackson Society, believes the submarine should be treated as a “very real” threat.Speaking to the Sun, Mr Clark said: “Their aim is to retain the credible capability either to disrupt or destroy the cables that the UK’s economy and its entire communications rely on.“Even slightly damaged that can cause untold chaos and disruption to the UK.”According to sources speaking to Russia's TASS news agency Belgorod nuclear submarine will be added to the fleet in the summer of 2022.The source added: "It is assumed that this event can be timed to coincide with the Day of the Russian Navy, which will be celebrated on July 31."Stay in the loop with all the latest Daily Star news by signing up for one of our free newsletters here.Russia has recently accused the US and others of "escalating tensions" over alleged plans to invade its neighbours Ukraine, which the country