Coleen Nolan has revealed that marriage to her boyfriend, Michael Jones, is only a matter of time away.
The Loose Women panelist has shared the exciting news that she plans to tie the knot with her beloved beau at some point in the future, three years after she divorced her second husband in 2018.
Speaking with OK! magazine on Monday, Coleen gushed about her blossoming romance with supermarket chain worker, Michael, whom she met on Tinder seven months ago. The couple hit it off almost immediately after their first date at the pub, and are now looking to legally solidify their relationship.
Confirming that a proposal was "inevitable", Coleen revealed that "there aren't enough adjectives" to describe how happy she is with her new partner. The besotted pair has already confessed their love for each other, with Michael taking the plunge and uttering the powerful words first.
The Nolans singer, 56, admitted she was "freaked out" when he told her his true feelings initially, but now proudly reciprocates them. "And it grows stronger and deeper every day now," she added.
"It’s just lovely to know that I’m not dead from the waist down! It’s better than ever and it’s all in working order. It’s a fantastic feeling," she said.
Coleen added that Michael, 57, always makes her feel confident—no matter how dressed down she is.
‘I’ll be sitting there in my pajamas with no make-up on, swollen eyes and a cold sore and he still looks at me like I’m the best thing since sliced bread," she said.
Coleen, who has three children, is no stranger to walking down the aisle. The TV presenter married EastEnders star Shane Richie in 1990 and welcomed two sons with the actor.
They separated in 1997 and divorced two years later, following rumors of infidelity and alcohol abuse on Shane's part. Coleen exchanged vows again in 2007 with long-term boyfriend Ray Fensome, with whom she shares a daughter. The marriage also failed to last, however, and the couple divorced in 2018.
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