CHRISTINE Bleakley has revealed that her wedding plans are still on track, despite her footballer fiance Frank Lampard's professional uncertainty.
The Co Down TV host said that the question mark over what jersey her husband will don in the coming weeks hasn't stopped planning of the nuptials.
"The wedding plans are all good, in spite of what everyone keeps saying," she said.
"We kind of know what we want but, as per usual, our lives are totally up in the air at the minute," she added.
TV host Christine hinted earlier this year that the pair could tie the knot in Ireland but she is remaining tight lipped about the details.
Her footballer beau left Chelsea in June and he is now rumoured to be in talks with teams in Russia, Australia and the US.
Homebird Christine admitted that their lives are totally dictated by what Frank chooses to do in his career and that she never anticipated an international move.
The TV host, who is 35, relocated to London last year and she said that the move was a big occasion for her.
"Coming to London was a big enough deal for me. We've just moved into our house and all sorts," she told Hello! magazine.
"Our lives are very much dictated by what Frank wants to do."
They have been engaged for three years and are expected to marry in the autumn.
Despite England's disappointing early exit from the World Cup in Brazil, Christine said that she didn't need to comfort her other half about his professional woes.
"He's got a bit more perspective with age. He's a big boy," she added.
Her own career is set to receive a huge boost after it was revealed this week that she will stand in for Holly Willoughby on ITV's This Morning in January, while the anchor goes on maternity leave.