Chloe Modeley Agreed She got anger with Dad Richard at wedding party.
Chloe Madeley has revealed her famous father Richard left her furious on the day of her wedding to James Haskell.
Appearing on Monday’s episode of Lorraine, the 31-year-old fitness guru gave her first TV interview since tying the knot as she discussed plans to expand her family and for a second wedding ceremony.
She also reflected on her big day last month, as she admitted her 62-year-old father had wound her up right before she walked down the aisle by talking about BrexitReflecting on their morning together, Chloe recalled: ‘He was bursting with pride. We had a moment in the hotel room before we left.’Yet things took a turn on the way to the ceremony, as she confessed: ‘We were getting closer and closer to the church, and my heart was going, and I was getting really nervous.
‘And he started talking about Brexit! And I was like “no!” and he said “I’m trying to take your mind off it”, and I was like “it’s not working, you’re making me more angry!”‘Chloe and her rugby player beau, 33, tied the knot at All Saints’ Church in Berkshire on December 15, with the bride stealing the show in a stunning white Pronovias gown with a V-shaped semi-sheer lace top and a satin floor-length skirt.
The newlyweds were joined by Chloe’s TV legend parents, Judy Finnigan, 70, and Richard, 62, in the winter ceremony.
Yet one ceremony isn’t enough, with the pair also planning another bigger celebration in 2020 after the Rugby World Cup, with Chloe confessing: ‘everyone’s saying you can’t wear the dress again and I said I will.’Reflecting on her first ceremony, Chloe told Lorraine: ‘I would have upped the Christmas theme if I could have.
‘It was incredible, we can’t do the big big weddings for a while because there’s so much going on. But James proposed and he was quite traditional and we thought Christmas would be the most magical time of year to do it.’
Revealing that James was the one who opted for a church ceremony, she explained: ‘I was happy to go to a registry office and get married, but James turned to me and said “I really want to do it in a church”.
‘I don’t think any of my brothers will get married in a church, so we thought let’s do it, and given it was Christmas it couldn’t have been more chocolate box perfect.’