Martine McCutcheon celebrates anniversary with husband Jack McManus – but can’t wait for Netflix in bed

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Martine McCutcheon celebrates anniversary with husband Jack McManus – but can’t wait for Netflix in bed

MARTINE McCutcheon enjoyed a romantic anniversary date night with her husband Jack McManus yesterday. The actress, 45, took a cute selfie with h

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MARTINE McCutcheon enjoyed a romantic anniversary date night with her husband Jack McManus yesterday.

The actress, 45, took a cute selfie with her hubby before admitting they were desperate to watch some TV in bed.

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Martine McCutcheon and Jack McManus celebrated their ninth wedding anniversary last night[/caption]

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Martine and Jack wed in Lake Como, Italy[/caption]

Martine wrote on Instagram: “Our dinner was lovely. But we also couldn’t wait to snuggle in bed & watch Netflix… We are cool AF.”

The couple, who share son Rafferty, six, tied the knot in Lake Como nine years ago.

The former EastEnders star shared a sweet home video of the couple and Rafferty as a tot along with poignant lyrics from their wedding song by Paul Williams.

It features the words: “I can take all the madness the world has to give, but I won’t last a day without you.”

The ageless star recently got Botox for the first time in a bid to get rid of the line around her eyes.


She was shown getting jabbed, which works by blocking the nerve signals to certain muscles so they become more relaxed.

Botox – the trade name for a substance injected into the skin which is known to inhibit muscle movement – is popular with many celebs.

It can prevent wrinkles from developing or worsening.

While available on the NHS for certain conditions, they aren’t funded if they’re purely for cosmetic reasons.

The NHS website estimates each botulinum toxin injection costs £150-£350 per session.



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