Emma and Matt Willis have the sweetest plans for their tenth wedding anniversary

Emma Willis has revealed the sweet way in which she and husband Matt plan to celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary – by renewing their wedding vows! The 40-year-old opened up about how she envisions marking the milestone, admitting that she and Busted singer Matt would love to host the special day at the venue where they originally tied the knot.

"I want to go back to where we got married," she told The Sun. "Renew our vows and have a wedding party where everybody that attends who is, or has been, married, wears whatever they got married in."

Emma revealed she and Matt plan to renew their wedding vows

Explaining her reasoning behind the dress code, she added: "Brides never get to wear their wedding dresses again, so all brides get to wear their wedding dress. If you’ve not been married but you've been a bridesmaid, you’ve got to wear your bridesmaids dress and all of the grooms wear their suits."

Emma and Matt first met in 2005, and said "I do" three years later surrounded by family and friends at a ceremony in Rushton Hall. Since then, the couple have welcomed three children – Isabelle, 7, Ace, 5 and Trixie Grace, who was born last May.

Showing off her sense of humour, Emma celebrated that her little girl was born on Wednesday 4 May – also known as Star Wars Day. "Thank you so much for all your lovely messages," she tweeted. "Trixie arrived in the world on Wednesday. May the 4th be with her indeed!"

The couple have three children together

The mum-of-three has since opened up about getting back into a routine, particularly when it comes to her fitness, and revealed to HELLO! Online that daughter Trixie is "incredibly well behaved" which helped the process.

"We had the most incredibly well behaved baby which made it much easier," she said. "My parents were with us the whole time."

"It's all consuming, constantly, a constant stream of feeding, cleaning, winding, and that cycle again and again, so it's much easier job to be at work," she quipped. "It is good for your sanity."

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