The Our Girl star has been been dating the barber since they were both 15 years old. So we're looking at all the wedding details as Lacey and Matt tie the knot.
I refuse to let my self-image influence my children’s. Your child will remember those moments and your freedom – not how you looked in your swimming suit. I am so thankful that this post has encouraged so many women to wear their swimsuit! To check out my new book, The Fringe Hours: Making Time for You, click here.I refuse to sacrifice memories with my children because of a soft tummy. Here are a few links for us to connect in the future. I also love to hang out on social media and would love to connect on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter."I've known Matt for 13 years and I would have never have known what he had planned. Speaking about the wedding planning, she said: "We're all done!Some days I get a bit nervous as it's nearing, but I'm just excited.Yet when their happy ending fell through, she found love again with Martin in 2014.
Lacey, 28, wowed in a black dress from high street retailer Marks and Spencer as she picked up her gong last night.
Lacey, who first started dating her beau back in 2006, and the barber shop owner beamed at the camera in the sweet selfie, which saw her wow in a leopard print blouse."She said yes… Love u both xxx."(sic)Lacey previously admitted that she was taking their relationship one day at a time, despite first meeting him when she was 18.
ooooosssshhhhhhhh #fiance @laceyturner," Matt captioned the upload, which he shared with his 1,789 followers. She told the News Of The World: "He's practically perfect. We are very similar - we both like staying in and watching TV and films."We are really happy but we are taking it slow.
I decided it was time to revisit why I believe we women should wear a swimsuit – with some new and old thoughts. Gave you the strength to carry that beach ball for 9 months, then walk with life hanging on your hips for years after. A few weeks after that beach trip, I found out I was pregnant. Last weekend, I put on my swimsuit, looked at myself in the mirror and took a deep breath. But it looks more like too many potato chips than a baby.
You’ve got two choices every summer – to put on a swimsuit or to skip it. They go to the pool with their kids, but they only put their feet in the pool. Every week this summer I am a little rounder than the week before. I still put on my swimming suit every chance I get and go swimming with my kids. 🙂 As I came out of the bathroom, Matthew said, “you look pretty in your suit, baby.” I said, “Really?
They sit on the sidelines, too concerned about what they look like and what others will think to embrace the joy of swimming with their kids. ” “Yes, really.” I embraced his words, wanting to demonstrate beauty and confidence for my kids.