Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

"Don't ask about kids!" - Cat Deeley on her marriage to Patrick Kielty

Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley
Patrick Kielty and Cat Deeley
Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty
Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty
Cat Deeley hosts So You Think You Can Dance
Cat Deeley hosts So You Think You Can Dance

So You Think You Can Dance presenter Cat Deeley has revealed that she and comedian husband Patrick Kielty are in no rush to start a family - yet.

The beautiful tv presenter opened up about marriage to the comedian from Dundrum, Co Down.

Cat, 36, poses in the latest issue of the UK edition of Women's Health magazine where she shows off her incredibly toned and taut physique in a series of swimwear poses.

And while she may be living in a fairytale with her husband Patrick, whom she married last year in an intimate Italian ceremony attended by just a handful of family and friends, she has insisted that their main focus right now is on their relationship, rather than children.

"Look, it took us 10 years to get this far, so don't rush me! But yes, I do think at some stage or another we would like a family."

The popular couple have been friends since filming BBC's Fame Academy together in 2002, but it was when he flew to Los Angeles lto celebrate her birthday that Cat knew there was something more to their friendship.

"There had always been a bit of a 'thing' between us, but it was never the right place, right time, so nothing ever happened," she said. "Then it was my birthday and he called from Ireland to say hello and to ask what I was doing.

"I told him I was going to the Beverly Hills Hotel for Sunday brunch, so he flew from Ireland to London, from London to LA, got a cab from the airport, dropped his bags with the concierge at the hotel, and walked into therestaurant. No-one does that stuff anymore!

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