Ant McPartlin and his girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett were all festive joy on Wednesday as they did a spot of Christmas shopping in London.
The couple couldn’t stop laughing as they wandered through Wimbledon village to take Ant and his ex-wife Lisa Armstrong’s dog Hurley to the groomers.
After buying the pooch a new brush they moved onto health shop Neom – in keeping with Ant’s new sober life following his drink drive conviction earlier this year.
Meanwhile, it’s been claimed that after being dropped from Britain’s Got Talent because it would ‘untenable’ for her to work with Ant, make-up artist Lisa is eyeing a move to Los Angeles.
The former Deuce member – who was with Ant for 23 years before he left her in late 2017 – was devastated by their split and is said to be seeking a fresh start in the US, with help from BGT boss Simon Cowell.
“Lisa has been to hell and back this year, and it seems as though things just keep getting worse and worse," a source told Closer magazine.
"She has decided to head back to Los Angeles in January, where she can enjoy the sun and practice some much-needed self-care, living a healthy lifestyle, and also have meetings about exciting career opportunities.”
The insider added: "Simon’s promised to put some work her way when she is back in LA. He’s even talked about bringing her onto the America’s Got Talent team.
“He knows that Lisa is very well respected and good at what she does, and he likes rewarding talent.”
The former couple were granted their decree nisi at the divorce courts last month but are still waiting for their decree absolute to finalise their split.
One person certain to welcome her with open arms is her former Deuce bandmate Craig Young, who lives out in LA and has been vocal in his support for Lisa.
Earlier this year he retweeted an article titled ‘Ant McPartlin’s not a victim’.
"I couldn’t agree more. He may have issues, but ultimately he is responsible for his appalling behaviour," he wrote.
"In a few years you might come to realize the pain you have caused and irreparable wounds that can’t heal, and you will no doubt be full of remorse.
"But something tells me it might be too late. #sorrynotsorry."
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