Tess Daly was clearly feeling emotional as she reminisced about her first pregnancy on Friday. Taking to Instagram, the Strictly Come Dancing host shared a sweet throwback snap of herself with husband Vernon Kay just weeks before they welcomed their first child Phoebe.
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The snap sees Tess smiling whilst wrapping her arms around her husband. "Flashback to these young things! [heart emoji] Who would have thought I was pregnant with my eldest who's 17 in a few weeks! Time flies," she remarked.
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The couple, who have been married for 18 years, are one of the UK's most beloved celebrity couples. They tied the knot in September 2003 before welcoming their two daughters, Phoebe, now 16, and 12-year-old Amber.
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Fans were quick to reply, with one writing: "Both beautiful and still are." Another remarked: "What a gorgeous photo [heart emoji]." Katie Piper even added: "Love this throwback [heart eyes emojis]."
The post comes shortly after the lovebirds marked their 18th wedding anniversary. To mark the occasion, the mum-of-two shared a screenshot of a framed photograph of the moment they shared their first kiss as husband and wife. "18 years ago today…," she simply gushed.
Tess posted this sweet throwback picture
For their ten-year wedding anniversary, Vernon surprised Tess with an impromptu vow renewal ceremony - something he revealed during his stint on l'm A Celebrity last year.
During a chat with HELLO! back in January, Tess opened up about their wedding renewal. "It was unbelievable because we had kept it quiet, and I was like, 'Oh my goodness'" she recalled.
"It was brilliant actually because it all came flooding back to me. It was one of the most amazing times of my life."
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