She is currently battling gruelling conditions at Gwrych Castle in North Wales during the first ever UK series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!.
But Beverley Callard is in for an sweet surprise when she leaves the derelict castle as her husband Jon McEwan reveals he plans to marry her again.
Her beau of ten years is busy organising a surprise vow renewal ceremony for the Coronation Street star, 63, who he adorably described as ‘his queen’, according to The Mirror.
He told the publication: ‘I thought, as a couple, we should celebrate where we are now.
‘She’s my queen already, just by walking through the I’m A Celeb gates, she’s won in life.’
Jon plans to organise a small ceremony with 10 to 15 guests as the loved-up couple have already had a massive white wedding with 22 bridesmaids back in 2010.
He jokingly added that he was glad for the current Covid-19 safety restrictions as it means that the guest list cannot ‘get out of control’.
Speaking of his plans, he continued: ‘In my head I see candles everywhere, twinkly lights, intimate and romantic.’
Jon has given the idyllic ceremony a considerable amount of thought and has already bought a new set of rings for their second big day.
But he insisted that his wife will be completely gobsmacked by his big plans, as he is always asking why people ‘bother getting their vows renewed’ in the first place.
Beverley has previously described her fourth husband as ‘completely and utterly the love of my life’ and has even got a huge thoughtful tattoo dedicated to him.
Her inking, which she got in 2016 following her battle with depression, includes two drama masks and a red love heart.
Scrawled through the heart are Beverley and Jon’s names, while the date of their romantic union is inked below.
And she is not the only one to have a tattoo tribute, as Jon has a knife and heart with her name in the middle, with them both sharing snaps of the ink on Twitter in 2014.
Beverley’s touching tribute to her husband came after he supported her during her mental health struggles back in 2009 and 2016.
In 2009, Beverley spent two months in the Priory after she was overwhelmed by her late mother’s Alzheimer’s and the stress of the £150,000 debts from her pub with Jon.
Beverley ended up having 12 rounds of electric shock therapy and was unable to walk or speak after the procedure.
During this painful time, Jon stayed by Beverley’s side and even ‘saved her’ from two suicide attempts.
She told The Mirror at the time: ‘It wasn’t just the fact that Jon rumbled me to the nurses that saved me from ending it all.
‘It was much more than that. He stood by me, through everything. He never gave up on me, never gave up trying to understand my torment.’
She continued: ‘I am so in love, and so ecstatic to be engaged. Jon and I just fit. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for him.’
The actress, who is currently doing a stint in the I’m A Celebrity camp in North Wales, has previously expressed her deep devotion for ‘soulmate’.
Speaking to the Daily Record back in 2016, Beverley explained Jon had a terrifying health scare that saw him rushed to hospital after collapsing for six minutes.
‘I was incredibly frightened because I didn’t know what I’d do if something happened to him.
‘He’s my soulmate and my best friend. He’s completely and utterly the love of my life.’
Before tying the knot with Jon, Beverley was married to Steve Callard from 1989 until 2001, David Sowden from 1980 until 1988 and Paul Atkinson for three years from 1974 until 1977.
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Natalie Bassingthwaighte is one of the biggest stars to come out of Neighbours.
But 17 years on from first appearing on the popular soap as 'Izzy' Hoyland, many fans still have trouble spelling or even pronouncing her long surname.
It was a worry the 45-year-old was faced with early on in her career, when she auditioned for parts to break into the world of showbiz and make a name for herself.
'I was actually told that when I was younger and auditioning for things that I should probably change my name,' the mother-of-two told Daily Mail Australia.
'But even when I sort of contemplated it for a second it just felt too bizarre.'
Natalie confessed changing her surname would have left her feeling as if she was 'pretending to be someone' else.
'I would laugh at myself if I had changed my name,' she said. 'Like I was pretending to be someone I'm not, so from that moment I was just like "it is what it is" and I'm proud of my name.'
Natalie told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday she would be hosting Australia's first-ever virtual carols, called The Bestest Virtual Christmas Carols, with the aim to bring joy to families nationwide affected by COVID-19.
'I feel like it'll bring a real comfort to people who have had a very tough year and have struggled a lot,' she said.
'Coming together and being able to sing along with Christmas carols... it's hard not to put a smile on your face, and be grateful and appreciate everything that you do have.'
While Natalie hoped it would help Australians forget about the 'tough times that have played out' this year, she is thrilled to get back on stage and have some normality back in the entertainment industry.
'I feel like a piece of you is missing when you don't get to see live music or go and watch a show,' Natalie said.
'I'm ready to get back on stage. I'm ready to start hosting again, and to be able to go and see shows as well.'
It will raise awareness for The Smith Family and money for Drought Angels, and feature performances from The Voice winner Chris Sebastian, former Australia's Got Talent judge Timomatic and children's entertainers, The Fairies.
Ozzy Osbourne has reflected on his impressive career with rock band Black Sabbath after being presented with a Lifetime Achievement award.
The singer, 71, who was diagnosed with Parkinsons earlier this year, was given the gong at the 23rd GQ Men Of The Year Awards 2020 in association with Hugo Boss.
Speaking during the first ever virtual ceremony, Ozzy revealed that the band were once accused of trying to conjure up magic after revealing their name.
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Speaking to producer Andrew Watt, he said: 'He went to see The Exorcist, people thought we were a Black Magic f*****ing spooky band. We sung a few things about that, environmental issues, or everything that was going on to this day.
'I mean so it's kind of funny because people start doing songs about the pandemic, we were doing that 50 years ago.
'Everyone sung about boy meets girl and I wanted to do something that interests me, how Vietnam was going, the fear of nuclear holocaust. That blew my mind I thought 'what is going with this world'.'
Ozzy went on to discuss how the band was created by the four original members, guitarist Tony Iommi, drummer Bill Ward, bassist Geezer Butler and himself, in 1968.
'You never sing the same line the same twice. Black Sabbath wasn't a band created by some big mogul we were four guys who thought 'let's have a go' and we had a dream and it came true beyond our wildest expectations.
'When you're in the eye of the storm you don't realise you're screwed or about it, all I was trying to do was survive,' he said.
Ozzy also gave a very candid interview to GQ, in which he discussed the coronavirus pandemic and his family.
Speaking about the pandemic the star explained how he hasn't been going out much as he doesn't enjoy having to wear a face covering.
He also revealed that his album's producer Andrew Watt caught COVID-19 as well as two of his grandchildren.
Ozzy said: 'I've got emphysema, so if I get this virus I'm f****d... But my two granddaughters caught it and you wouldn't think they had anything wrong with them. It just bounced off them.'
During these unusual times Ozzy also said that he's been keeping in touch with another musician, Elton John, who appeared on his last album.
He said: 'Every single week Elton John calls my wife. I’m not one to hang out with this one and that one but he’s become a family friend.'
In addition, Ozzy spoke openly about his family and reflected on his wife Sharon's health, including her colon cancer battle in 2002.
Speaking about her recovery, Ozzy told GQ that he had Robin Williams visit their home to try and cheer Sharon up while he was touring.
Elsewhere during the awards show Normal People star Paul Mescal received the Hugo Boss Breakthrough Actor of the Year, after earning critical acclaim for his role in the Irish drama.
Lashanna Lynch, who will play the first ever female 007 in the upcoming James Bond film No Time To Die, received the Hugo Boss Breakthrough Actress prize.
Paul Hutchinson received the Humanitarian Award after gained worldwide attention when he was pictured carrying a man to safety in the midst of a violent clash between a Black Lives Matters march and EDL counter-protesters.
And Captain Sir Tom Moore was awarded the Inspiration of the Year, after becoming GQ's oldest ever cover star at the age of 100.
All of the winners have been interviewed and filmed by GQ, with creative production by Ridley Scott Creative Group's Black Dog Films, and the full ceremony is now available to view via British GQ's YouTube channel.
The full ceremony is now available to view via British GQ's YouTube channel and the full list of winners can be found here: www.gq-magazine.co.uk/culture/article/gq-awards-2020-winners
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