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Gregg Wallace, 58, steps out for a spot of Italian lunch with his wife Anne-Marie, 36, in Venice – Daily Mail

Apr 18th, 2023

Gregg Wallace looked relaxed while enjoying a spot of Italian lunch with his wife Anne-Marie Sterpini on their romantic getaway trip to Venice.

MasterChef presenter Gregg, 58, and Anne-Marie, 36, sipped on a coffee as they dined al fresco on Sunday all while taking in the sights and sounds of the historical city.

Gregg in particular looked like he was really embracing the relaxed holiday mode as he happily puffed on his cigar as the pair stopped at a local cafe.

While having a wander about the Italian city Gregg and Anne-Marie couldn't keep their hands off each other as they held hands and wrapped their arms around one another.

The broadcaster opted for a pale blue checkered shirt and a pair of dark denim blue jeans, adding a black topcoat.

He kept a low profile in the smart-casual ensemble as he added a navy blue Boss baseball cap and slipped into a pair of navy blue leather sneakers with white soles.

Anne-Marie, who is 22 years his junior, matched her loved one in a baby blue shirt but instead went for beige smart trousers.

The raven-haired beauty wrapped up with a light beige trench coat which featured a tie waist.

To accessorise she wore a silver circular pendant necklace as well as a pair of black cat-eyed sunglasses.

The couple made sure to capture a few moments of their special trip away by taking a selfie beside the canal.

It comes after Gregg claimedhis younger wife Anne-MarieSterpini has 'revolutionised' his life and is the reason behind his five stone weight loss.

TheMasterChef presenter revealed that the 22-year age gap between himself and Anne-Marie spurred him on to lose weight and get in shape.

Gregg and Anne-Marie share their son Sid, three, and the former green grocer said that he 'wants to be there' for his family in the future.

Appearing on Wednesday's episode of Good Morning Britain, Gregg said:'That young woman has revolutionised my life, there's a 22-year age gap, we have been together ten years and have a son, Sid, and I want to be there for them.'

Revealing his tips for dropping the pounds, Gregg explained: 'Don't go on a diet, don't do something that's hard. Eat three healthy meals per day, reduce the takeaways, reduce the snacking.'

'For too many of us food is happening by accident, they haven't planned their dinner, they look in their fridge, they order a takeaway.

'I have never calorie counted, the three horsemen of the "get fat apocalypse" are, snacking, takeaways and booze.'

Gregg has talked publicly about his health and fitness journey and previously revealed he tried quick fix diets before ditching junk food for good.

Herevealed in June that he decided to lose weight to 'look better' on TV but is now continuing his fitness journey to see if he can have 'the body of a 20-year-old'.

He impressively shed five stone after ditching fast food, cooking at home more and exercising regularly.

Speaking about his weight loss, Gregg admitted he 'wasn't happy' when he weighed more than 16stone and said he tried 'every' fad diet and 'short-term' fix but nothing worked.

He admitted his motivation to lose weight was to 'look better' on the television but said he is now challenging himself to see if he is able to get as fit as a 20-year-old.

'My motivation at the start was, 'I just want to look better on the telly',' he told The Sun.

'But now it's, "How fit can I actually get? Can I actually have the body of a 20-year-old at 60?".'

He also said he feels more 'attractive' and happier after his fitness journey and said his confidence has helped his marriage to his wife Anne-Marie, who he tied the knot with in 2016.

'I feel more attractive, I'm nicer to be around and, let's be honest, my wife Anna is 22 years younger than me and while I can't change my age, at least I can change what I look like,' he added.

He said his slimmer frame has also helped him be a better father to his three-year-old son Syd, saying he is glad he is fit enough to play with his son, as he admitted he gets 'judged' as an older father.

Gregg, who is 5ft 8in and weighed 16st 7lb at his heaviest, said he tried to lose weight quickly but felt 'hungry and miserable' all the time when he tried fad diets.

Thebroadcaster, who has launched a fitness platformShowMe.Fit, said he managed to lose more than four stone by weaning himself off fast food, exercising and cooking healthy meals at home.

Gregg first decided to change his lifestyle after he was told by his doctor that his weight could give him a heart attack back in 2017.

Now, Gregg frequently posts topless photographs showing off his toned physique to his Instagram page and said he has no plans to stop sharing the snaps.

Gregg said he likes to chart his fitness success by sharing pictures of his figure with his fans, saying he is proud of how he looks and that he is no longer scared of his health and ageing.

The media personality said he keeps the weight off by eating healthily and having regular sessions with a personal trainer, which include chin-ups, bench presses and hundreds ofpress-ups.

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