After four years of engagement, Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard are finally ready to say "I do".
The couple are reportedly set to tie the knot in just ten days' time, with a romantic pre-Christmas ceremony at The Arts Club in London.
Bleakley started her television career as a runner and then trained to become a floor manager while studying for her A-Levels at Bloomfield Collegiate School in Ballyhackamore, Belfast.
She continued to work at BBC NI while studying for a politics degree at Queen's University, Belfast.
One of her programmes was called Sky High which saw her flying around Northern Ireland in a helicopter in 2004.
A weekly entertainment show called First Stop followed, and she also hosted Would You Pass The 11 On 20 January 2010, comedian Patrick Kielty was a guest on The One Show, when he revealed Bleakley's mobile number to the camera, to prove that he had her number to celebrate their double birthday celebrations.
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"Christine and Frank have had the date set for a while but have been trying to keep it under wraps," the source said.
"They want it to be an intimate affair and have only invited close friends and family." The couple have also reportedly invited a very special entertainer to perform – Ed Sheeran.
When Chiles left the BBC in 2010, there was a great deal of speculation on whether Bleakley would extend her BBC contract or move to ITV.
After the speculation, Bleakley also left The One Show to join ITV as the co-host of Daybreak following Adrian Chiles' departure from the BBC to ITV.
Christine Louise Lampard (née Bleakley, born 2 February 1979) is a Northern Irish broadcaster from Newtownards, Northern Ireland, best known for her television work with the BBC and ITV.