Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Hotel denies Christine Bleakley wedding rumours

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The manager of a top Northern Ireland hotel has denied reports it is to host the wedding of Christine Bleakley and footballer Frank Lampard.

The Galgorm hotel near Ballymena has been the subject of recent media speculation after the Daybreak presenter was allegedly spotted checking it out.

Until now Galgorm’s management has refused to comment on the reports that the hotel will host the wedding.

But after weeks of speculation, acting general manager Paul Smyth said last night: “Whilst we are experienced in hosting various high-profile celebrities at the resort and would be delighted to host the wedding of Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard, I can confirm that Galgorm Resort and Spa has not received any inquiries from the couple.”

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