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Los Angeles, January 2 (CINEWS): After a couple Hogmanay drinks, the This is the Life artist posted the selfie with Richard Foster at an opportune time New Year’s Day with the message: “My spouse to be!”
Vocalist Amy Macdonald uncovered she’s locked in to her footballer sweetheart – by posting an “absolutely honkin'” Facebook selfie.
After a couple Hogmanay drinks, the This is the Life vocalist posted the photograph with Richard Foster at an early stage New Year’s Day with the message: “My spouse to be!”
Be that as it may, hours after the fact, red-confronted Amy, 28, told buddies: “I can’t accept how absolutely honkin’ and recoil this photograph is.
“That’ll show me not to Facebook whilst steamin’ tipsy!”
Amy declared her engagement in the wake of finding in the New Year with previous Officers full-back Richard, 30, at the home they share.
He has additionally played for Aberdeen and Bristol City and is presently with Ross Province.
Companions rushed to compliment the glad couple. Gleneagles cook Andrew Fairlie kept in touch with: “I’ll assume a portion of the praise for that because of our agreeable, sentimental setting.
“We anticipated it a long time prior. Well done to you both x.”
This is the Life, Amy’s presentation collection, was discharged in 2007 and has sold four million duplicates. It includes a track called Footballer’s Wife.
Amy’s record deals now add up to nine million, and she’s a huge star in European nations, for example, Germany, Switzerland and Denmark and additionally in the UK.
She didn’t discharge any records a year ago and just played a modest bunch of gigs.
Be that as it may, she as of late declared that she’s back in the studio taking a shot at her fourth collection, and she is
arranging a string of visit dates not long from now.
Officers fan Amy got connected with to striker Steve Lovell, whose clubs included Dundee and Aberdeen, in 2008. They separated agreeably in 2012