Brendan Cole's wife Zoe has hit back at claims the couple's marriage is under strain. The model took to her Instagram page to post a defiant throwback selfie of the couple relaxing on a sun-soaked beach after it was suggested they were having problems due to Brendan's 'excessive partying' and spending time away from home. Alongside the sweet snap, Zoe wrote: 'Not long now my love @brendancoleinsta ! Beach days are coming. Cannot wait!'
He was spotted celebrating the birth of his son Danté at Tuesday's TRIC Awards with golfer and pal Carly Booth, a mere 18 hours after his boy's arrival. And now it has been reported that Brendan Cole's marriage with wife Zoe has become strained following his increasing time spent away from home and excessive partying.
She launched her clothing company KP Boutique in June 2016. Despite her loyal following, Katie Price's fashion venture has stalled with a mere £13 in its account, The Sun Online reports. The 39-year-old glamour model's clothing brand, which sells a range of loungewear, was heavily promoted on her social media platforms but has appeared to do little in rousing sales.
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Selecting a term
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