Rochelle Humes and her husband, Marvin will renew their wedding vows to celebrate their 10th anniversary next year.
The couple, who celebrated nine years together in July, are already planning a party to honour their decade together.
The upcoming celebrations will also serve a grand gesture for their three children, who recently questioned why they weren’t at their parents’ wedding, which took place at Blenheim Palace in 2012.
For the former S Club Juniors and JLS singers, it means their new son Blake, Valentina, four, and Alaia-Mai, eight will have the chance to be part of the big day.
In an interview with The Sun, Marvin said their decision is about ‘celebrating’ and ‘most importantly for the kids.’
The presenter explained: ‘Our kids look at our wedding pictures and are like “why wasn’t I there?”, especially Alaia our eldest. We are like “darling you weren’t even born”.
Now the kids will get to see mummy and daddy get married (again). (Picture: Instagram Stories)
‘For us it would be great for the kids to see us get married and obviously they will be a big part of the day as well. We are definitely going to do it but we don’t know where and to what level yet. But that’s on the card to celebrate ten years to renew our vows and almost do our wedding again.’
The X Factor star vowed that they would have a more modest celebration this time.
‘It’ll definitely be more low-key,’ he said, recalling their ‘big, big bash’ in 2012.
‘For us it’s all about the kids to see mummy and daddy get married. I think we will have few less guests. Maybe instead of having an official we will have friends this time. I am really excited about it, I can’t wait,’ he added.
Daddy cool. (Picture: rochellehumes/Instagram)
Meanwhile, Rochelle has another reason to celebrate as she recently shared a picture of her new cookbook on Instagram.
The presenter posted photos and videos unveiling the cookbook alongside the caption: ‘Today was a pinch me moment….A very emotional delivery.
‘The first ever copy of my debut cookbook. It’s not out until October but seeing it and holding it in the flesh is an absolute dream!!!!’
The synopsis of the book reads: ‘My husband Marv and I are big believers in sitting down together as a family to eat, regardless of how busy we are.
‘When I prepare food for my family, I love using simple, fresh and flavoursome ingredients that we can all eat and enjoy together.
‘I’m proud to say that we are now a household of foodies and I’m so excited to share my favourite family recipes with you.
‘From Banana and Berry Yoghurt Pots, Four-Veg Mac & Cheese, Really Easy Roast Chicken and Peach Melba Pancakes, At Mama’s Table is packed with all my crowd-pleasing dishes.’
Bring it on.