My Real Wedding Woe
There has been a lot of speculation in the magazines about Leos and my wedding plans. I can assure you that these stories are all made up and are being published despite very simple denials from me. The simple truth is that Leo and I have not set a date and we have made absolutely no plans. If the magazines are paying sources for these stories they are being taken for a ride; if they are simply making them up they are taking their readers for a ride.
Among the claims that a certain magazine was told were untrue but published anyway are: that I want to tie the knot by Christmas; that I want to spend over £2million on my wedding; that I want to order a Christmas tree larger than the one in Trafalger Square (dont get me wrong I love a good Christmas tree but…!); that I want to dress Princess as a snow angel and my boys as elves; that I am rushing into my wedding plans (even though I am not making them yet); that I want four wedding dresses so that I can get changed three times. None of this is true and I guess relatively harmless but what is sad is that they then go on to claim that I want "Alex, his fiancee Chantelle Houghton and Pete to all weep with envy". This is not the case.
Another magazine claims that Leo and I are at loggerheads and that Leos mum hates me. Again, if this magazine has paid a source for this nonsense they are being conned and if they are making it up then they are taking their readers for a ride. But they are wrong.
Leo and I are enjoying being together and being engaged. We are not rushing into a wedding and have made no plans.