TV host Ant McPartlin and his wife Anne-Marie Corbett were pictured at the airport returning from their holiday.

Ant, whose ex-wife Lisa Armstrong recently sparked concern with a cryptic post, and Anne-Marie were snapped walking through Heathrow airport in London. 

The TV star, 47, was pictured wearing a pastel-pink Paliskates hoodie, which retails for £100, Medicated jogging bottoms and white trainers.

Britain's Got Talent presenter Ant wheeled two suitcases as his wife, who once was his assistant, looked stylish in black jogging bottoms, white trainers and an oversized comfy grey coat, while her blonde hair was worn in a chic bun. 

She finished the look by slinging a black leather bag across her body, with a quilted tote bag also resting on her arm.

While sitting down with Lorraine Kelly on her talk show earlier in the month, Ant and Dec, 47, discussed the upcoming series of I'm a Celeb: All Stars, which comes after I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! wrapped last year, with Jill Scott taking the crown.

Dec explained: “It’s kind of an all-stars… Taking some of your favourite campmates from the last 20 years and taking them for a brand new challenge in South Africa.

"So it's a completely different landscape and they're doing it again. They're competing to become the first ever I'm A Celebrity ‘Legend of the Savanna’… It’s very special."

"And it's slightly different to the show we do in Australia because they go head to head in trials and whoever loses leaves. It’s quite brutal, so that’s how we decided the winner,” Ant added.

Comparing the experience to Australia, Ant told Lorraine: “Do you know what though, there was loads of baboons when we filmed the series.

“There was baboons everywhere. Like we'd be in the middle of doing a trial and then you would just hear the noise, literally just behind the cameraman, and a whole family of baboons… is that what you call them? A group of baboons? A school of baboons? I don’t know. A babble of baboons would just sit watching the trial.”

The show will be filmed in South Africa, with a source telling The Sun: "It's a different format to Australia, who knows when and where celebrities will enter camp, literally anything could happen.

"It's not clear how many will start in camp or how many will be there by the end when one is crowned King or Queen of the jungle, possibly for a second time.

"It's the best of I'm A Celebrity, quite literally, but there's some twists and surprises along the way for viewers and campers so it's not going to be as straightforward as they might think."

Stars rumoured to be starring on the show include Phil Tufnell, Amir Khan, Paul Burrell, Jordan Banjo, Andrew Whyment, Dean Gaffney, Shaun Ryder, Gillian McKeith, Carol Vorderman, Georgia Toffolo, Helen Flanagan, Janice Dickinson, Myleene Klass, Joe Swash, and Fatima Whitbread.

Speaking exclusively to OK!, Emmerdale’s Adam Thomas, who is the brother of Love Island’s Scott Thomas and Coronation Street’s Ryan Thomas, said he was “shocked” to be snubbed by the show.

Adam featured in the 2016 version of the show and came third behind Joel Dommett and series champion Scarlett Moffatt.

He said: “The best of the best are going back, aren’t they? I mean, I don’t know why I didn’t get invited. I kept looking at my phone like, 'Where’s my call? Why have they not rung me?'"


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