Stacey Dooley brushes off engagement rumours to the ‘love of her life’ Kevin Clifton

The One Show: Stacey Dooley says she’s not getting married

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Stacey Dooley brushed off engagement rumours with The One Show hosts earlier tonight. The documentary filmmaker was quizzed about this by host Lauren Laverne on the BBC One chat show.

Stacey has been in a relationship with her boyfriend Kevin Clifton since they won Strictly Come Dancing back in 2018.

The pair now live together, and regularly share updates on their life on social media.

However, host Lauren was keen to know if there was anything they haven’t yet shared on The One Show today.

Stacey was a guest alongside The Repair Shop’s Jay Blades.

Lauren began by congratulating Jay on his recent engagement to his girlfriend.

She then pointed out that Stacey is good at planning engagement parties as she shared a video of one the star did in her flat.

Lauren said: “This was all done last year when the restrictions allowed.

“Stacey, we mentioned that you’re a Strictly winner, you took home the glitterball with the love of your life Kevin.”

To this, Stacey then interjected to say: “I know, what a cliche.”

Lauren then quizzed her: “You’ve got to get your hand out here, you don’t have an announcement?

“Would we be the first to know?”

Stacey then quipped back: “You would absolutely be the first to know.

“But no, I’m so dull. No, I’m not getting married.”

Stacey was on the show to promote her new book, called Are You Really OK?

This sees the presenter exploring “Britain’s Mental Health Emergency”.

Stacey was planning to launch a book tour alongside its release as well.

However, the star recently shared how she’s had to postpone this in light of Covid restrictions.

Posting on Instagram on January 14, she said: “Gang, I’m bloody gutted. Grurghhhghhhhhhehhhh. (sic)

“I so know that people will have made travel arrangements and dinny plans and babysitters etc so I really am sorry. (sic)

“I’ve been round and round the houses trying to make it somehow work, but certain restrictions and uncertainty etc mean it’s just not poss to do it properly at the mo. S o r r y. (sic)

“If you happy to hold on to your ticket, amazing I’ll see you next time, if not completely understand and thank you for even buying it in the first place x

“Have lovely weekend.” (sic)

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