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‘I thought I’d live out my days as a single dad’: Rate My Takeaway star Danny Malin reveals he’s found love with a glamorous wellbeing coach – two years after the death of his wife

  • The Rate My Takeaway star’s late fiancée Carrie Taylor died tragically in February 2021 at the age of 40 after suffering a heart attack at the couple’s home
  • Food reviewer said he thought he’d end his days as a single parent, raising the couple’s two children and Carrie’s son from a previous relationship 
  • However, this week he shared his joy at meeting wellbeing coach and journalist Sophie Mei Lan – going public on their romance after meeting eight weeks ago 
  • His fans shared their support for his new relationship, telling the Yorkshire funnyman: ‘There is no shame in allowing yourself to love someone again.’

The star of a popular fast food review blog, dubbed ‘Yorkshire’s Peter Kay’, has revealed he’s found love again – just 22 months after the mother of his children died suddenly from a heart attack.

Funnyman Danny Malin, who has 390,000 Facebook followers on his Rate My Takeaway Facebook page, revealed on social media yesterday that he’s smitten with glamorous wellbeing coach Sophie Mei Lan – after the pair met when she interviewed him. 

The viral star, 43, who lives in Leeds but is originally from Barnsley, told his fans that he assumed he would ‘live out my days as a single dad’ before he met Sophie, thought to be in her early thirties, eight weeks ago. 

His late fiancée Carrie Taylor died tragically in February 2021 at the age of 40 after suffering a heart attack at the couple’s home – leaving the two children she shared with Malin, and a son from a previous relationship in his sole care.  

Popular Yorkshire takeaway reviewer Danny Malin shared his joy at finding love again with wellbeing coach and journalist Sophie Mei Lan, pictured with Danny - after losing his long-term partner Carrie in 2021

Popular Yorkshire takeaway reviewer Danny Malin shared his joy at finding love again with wellbeing coach and journalist Sophie Mei Lan, pictured with Danny – after losing his long-term partner Carrie in 2021

The Rate My Takeaway star's late fiancée Carrie Taylor died tragically in February 2021 at the age of 40 after suffering a heart attack at the couple's home

The Rate My Takeaway star’s late fiancée Carrie Taylor died tragically in February 2021 at the age of 40 after suffering a heart attack at the couple’s home

In an emotional post, Malin told his followers that ‘every day since then I have just focused on doing what is best for my family’ and that his new romance had taken him by surprise. 

He said after meeting Sophie, who works as a journalist and wellbeing coach under the Instagram handle @thesparklecoach, he’s learned to ‘laugh, giggle and enjoy life again’. 

He explained: ‘I am happy to say we are now in a relationship and I would like to thank Sophie for not only showing me that there is happiness again but also being so supportive and understanding about our family situation.’ 

His fans offered their support of his relationship with Sophie, who has two daughters, with one writing: ‘Wonderful news for you Danny, I wish you all the happiness in the world you and your children deserve all the happiness in the world.’ 

Takeaway reviewer Malin, dubbed'Yorkshire's Peter Kay', thanked fans for their good wishes, saying:'I just wanted to let you know that I’ve read all your comments and have such a fantastic team behind me, you guys are the best.'

Takeaway reviewer Malin, dubbed ‘Yorkshire’s Peter Kay’, thanked fans for their good wishes, saying: ‘I just wanted to let you know that I’ve read all your comments and have such a fantastic team behind me, you guys are the best.’

Another added: ‘Aww bless, you would never forget Carrie she will be happy knowing you and the kids are happy.’

One well-wisher added: ‘Life is so short – you need to grab happiness when you can. Everyone knows how much you adored Carrie. There is no shame in allowing yourself to love someone again.’

Speaking local newspaper LeedsLive in 2021 about losing Carrie, he said: ‘It was the worst thing that could ever happen. For four or five weeks, I just sort of felt lost and dumb.’

Malin thanked fans for their good wishes, saying: ‘I just wanted to let you know that I’ve read all your comments and have such a fantastic team behind me, you guys are the best.’ 

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