Morning Live: Kym Marsh reveals reasons for her absence

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Kym Marsh, 45, and her partner Scott Ratcliff, 33, tied the knot in a secret ceremony at Sandhurst on 16 October. The former Coronation Street actress and the army major were first introduced by mutual pal Anthony Cotton, and started dating in 2018 before getting engaged in June.

And while she is yet to share phots of her big day on social media, we have a sneak peek into the romantic day.

The pair were also joined by Kym’s Coronation Street and Morning Live co-stars.

Their big day was documented in an exclusive with OK! Magazine, where all their wedding pictures and videos are available to watch.

The TV host and her new husband previously teased her plans for their wedding, with Scott paying a sweet tribute to his beau following their engagement.

Kym said: “It’s going to be stunning and a very military wedding, as Scott chimed: “It should be absolutely gorgeous.”

Speaking about the proposal, Scott continued to explain: “I’ve known I’ve wanted to marry Kym for a long time, so it’s nice to make it official.

“I’d been planning it for a number of months, we’d loosely discussed our future and we knew we were insanely happy together.

“We’d both had previous relationships and this just felt different.

He smiled: “Knowing that I wanted to marry her and asking her to marry me are two different things.

“Covid played a part, because in my head I was thinking, ‘When are we actually going to get a chance to get married?’

“Life doesn’t wait for anyone and I knew I wanted to marry her, so I thought, ‘Let’s do it!’”

It comes after the actress broke the sad news that her dad David had been diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer.

But in a previous interview with the publication, she revealed he was still determined as ever to walk her down the aisle.

“My mum and dad absolutely adore Scott, they think he’s wonderful,” she said.

“This is a bit of good news, because dad’s not too well, but responding well to his latest treatment.”

She added that the nuptials had given him something positive to focus on.

Kym said: “They can’t cure him, but their hope is that it slows everything down and we get some good time with him.

“I think the main thing is taking the pain away. He’s being taken care of and he doesn’t let things get him down too much.”

She added: “It’s given Dad a little focus and something to look forward to.

“He’s going to be there to walk me down the aisle and he’s determined that that’s going to be the case.”

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