Tess Daly husband: Are Tess and Vernon still together?

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Tess Daly is the host of Strictly Come Dancing alongside Claudia Winkleman. Tess and husband Vernon Kay have been married more than 15 years and share daughters Phoebe and Amber together.

Are Tess and Vernon still together?

Tess and Vernon are still married, with the pair recently reported to be on a family holiday with daughters Phoebe and Amber in France.

Vernon shared a snap of their trip to his 124,000 followers on Instagram.

Vernon wrote: “Chug-Chug-Chug! Le Vin Rouge please!#[email protected]

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Vernon addressed he was vacationing with family after Former NFL player William Blockmon asked: “@tessdaly did @vernonkay bring you back some wine?”

Vernon replied: “@willblockmon Family trip.”

He also shared a video of the vineyard they were visiting with the caption: “Wine for miles! Tremendous couple of weeks with the family.”

Tess and Vernon are reported to have first met in 2001 while Vernon presented T4.

They went on to tie the knot two years later in 2003.

Over the years the couple have faced split rumours, and Tess has previously opened up on her marriage.

Tess told The Times in 2017: “All marriages have their moments. It would be unrealistic to say they don’t.

“Marriage is always a work in progress. Vernon and I are just people at the end of the day.”

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Vernon recently spoke of how his and Tess’s relationship has strengthened during lockdown.

Talking on the Humans of XS Manchester podcast last month, Vernon spoke of how he has re-connected with his family.

He said: “The positive thing is that it’s enabled us as a family to really get to know each other even better than you would as a family.

“When you think about it when you’re in a relationship, a working relationship, you wake up, you go to work, you get back, and you have your dinner, kids doing their homework, you go to bed.

“So you only really see each other for four or five hours in a day, if that.

“When you’re in lockdown, and you’re spending 24/7 with each other, it really gives you the chance to really kind of re-connect and get to know each other better.

“Not better, but you really get under the skin of your relationships with your kids and your missus.”

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