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Ant McPartlin wraps up warm as he spends quality time with beloved pooch Hurley

ANT & DOGS

ANT McPartlin gives his dog some stick as he gets ready to launch a huge branch.

The I’m A Celebrity presenter, 45, wore an oversized black puffer coat as he walked his beloved Hurley and maltipoos Milo and Bumble.

Ant, who proposed to girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett over Christmas, was in high spirits as he walked around his local park in South West London.

The news came three years after the popular Geordie, 45, split from Lisa, his wife of 11 years.

Anne-Marie is now the proud owner of a four-carat diamond halo ring.

It's thought Ant would have paid around £200,000 for the sparkler after he designed the special piece himself.

The ring is bigger than the pear diamond he presented Lisa with when they got engaged while on holiday in Dubai in 2005.

A source explained last week that news of Ant's engagement didn't come as a shock to Lisa - saying she had been expecting it for some time.

Anne-Marie - who has two teenage daughters from a previous marriage - was said to be Ant's "rock" as he went to rehab after being convicted of drink driving.

Ant McPartlin is engaged to Anne-Marie Corbett after proposing on Christmas Eve

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