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Cat Deeley shares sweet picture as she celebrates four-year wedding anniversary with husband Patrick Kielty

Sharnaz Shahid

Cat Deeley marked her four-year wedding anniversary by sharing a sweet picture with her social media followers on Friday.

Taking to her Instagram page, the 39-year-old posted a selfie of herself with husband Patrick Kielty and simply captioned it "4 years" alongside a heart-shaped emoticon.

The presenter and her partner, who are parents to nine-month old son Milo, married in a secret ceremony in Rome, Italy, in 2012.

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Cat Deeley is celebrating her four-year wedding anniversary with husband Patrick Kielty

Meanwhile, Patrick took to his page to share photograph of an orange tree planted by Cat - he wrote alongside it: "That moment when you wake up to an orange tree outside your office - for your gin and tonics. #Orangeman #Superwife."

The pair met when they presented Fame Academy together in 2002 and remained friends for almost a decade before making their debut as a couple in March 2012.

In 2006, Cat's career in the States went from strength to strength when she began to host the US dance show So You Think You Can Dance, while Paddy's work remained in the UK.

Last month, during an interview with This Morning, 45-year-old Patrick opened up about his slow-burning romance with the bubbly television personality.

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The pair met when they presented Fame Academy together in 2002 and remained friends for almost a decade

"If we had got together at the start, we could have got on one another's nerves," he explained. "All things came at the right time. I'm not sure we would be together if we had got together at the start."

Talking about the moment how he wooed Cat by flying from Ireland to Los Angeles as a surprise, the comedian revealed she nearly '"fell off her chair".

He later explained how he's become a hands-on parent, and is more than happy to get stuck in when it comes to caring for Milo.

"I'm doing all of that. The poop, the nappies, all of it. The bottles and all of that stuff," he said.