Denise Van Outen gets out with her partner Eddie Boxshall after revealing wedding plans

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Denise Van Outen enjoys a walk with Eddie Boxshall after revealing they plan to get married in a small ceremony

She recently revealed her plans to marry longtime partner Eddie Boxshall in a small registry office ceremony.

And Denise Van Outen looked smitten with her other half when they stepped out on Tuesday for a lockdown walk in North Lonon.

The former EastEnders actress, 46, looked chic in a black baker’s boy hat and beige trench coat paired with a scarlet Gucci crossbody bag.

Nice couple: Enise Van Outen looked chic in a black baker's boy hat and beige trench coat when she stepped out with her boyfriend Eddie Boxshall on Tuesday for a lockdown walk in London

Nice couple: Enise Van Outen looked chic in a black baker’s boy hat and beige trench coat when she stepped out with her boyfriend Eddie Boxshall on Tuesday for a lockdown walk in London

Denise also wore an iconic Bella Freud red and white sweater with ‘1970’ printed on the chest.

She completed the design-laden look with a pair of £ 575 black and white Balenciaga sneakers.

The actress was joined by her commodity trading partner and their two French bulldogs Tilly and Remy for the Hampstead walk.

Eddie put on a matching khaki cap, bomber jacket and pants for the outing and completed the ensemble with a pair of crisp white sneakers.

Stylish: The former EastEnders actress, 46, looked chic in a black baker's boy hat and beige trench coat paired with a scarlet Gucci crossbody bag

Stylish: The former EastEnders actress, 46, looked chic in a black baker's boy hat and beige trench coat paired with a scarlet Gucci crossbody bag

Stylish: The former EastEnders actress, 46, looked chic in a black baker’s boy hat and beige trench coat paired with a scarlet Gucci crossbody bag

Despite announcing their upcoming wedding plans, Denise did not wear an engagement ring for the dog walk.

She recently told me The sun: ‘For many women the dream is the big stone on the finger. I am the opposite of that. I just want the union between two people. ‘

The presenter said she and Eddie planned to keep things quiet and get wedding rings only instead of engagement rings.

She revealed: ‘I wanted to propose last leap year, but we locked up so it was impossible to get it right. It didn’t feel right. ‘

Denise continued, “So it’s a joint decision. There is no proposal. We do it the modern way. We are in our forties, I have been married before. ‘

The couple now plans to tie the knot in a small COVID-safe ceremony.

The engagement comes after Denise and Eddie announced last month that they were doing hypnotherapy for couples to bolster their seven-year romance.

Wedding Bells: Denise recently revealed that her plans to propose to Eddie last spring were ruined by lockdown (pictured together in 2019)

Wedding Bells: Denise recently revealed that her plans to propose to Eddie last spring were ruined by lockdown (pictured together in 2019)

Wedding Bells: Denise recently revealed that her plans to propose to Eddie last spring were ruined by lockdown (pictured together in 2019)

The TV star’s boyfriend said on Kate Thornton’s White wine Question Time: ‘I’ll be honest … Certainly now I would marry her after doing therapy sessions.

‘I got to the other side of those sessions and for me I would be marrying her in no time!

The former Dancing On Ice star echoed her partner’s comments when she added, ‘I can’t imagine being with anyone else – although I sometimes wish I would.’

The media personality shares Betsy, ten, with theater star Lee Mead – whom she was married to from 2009 to 2013, while the businessman has daughter Leah, 21, from a previous relationship.

The pair were transformed into each other for a session of the alternate method, which Denise admitted she ‘couldn’t’ remember.

The mother-of-one went on to think about how the therapy made her more aware of her feelings, explaining, “ I’ve been guilty of it in previous relationships – I just let things go – but those little things get further on. something much bigger. the line.

‘I’ve learned that if something bothers me, I’m just going to say it. If people do it before they get married – if you’ve been together for a number of years – then hopefully you should be able to get married and sail through the bliss of marriage! ‘

About his experience, Eddie added, “ It’s the first time I’ve ever had hypnosis, and I’ve always been one of those who’s like, ‘That doesn’t work for me’ ”.

'I just want the commitment' With plans to tie the knot in a little covid-safe ceremony, the couple will keep their marriage subdued

'I just want the commitment' With plans to tie the knot in a little covid-safe ceremony, the couple will keep their marriage subdued

‘I just want the commitment’ With plans to tie the knot in a little covid-safe ceremony, the couple will keep their marriage subdued

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