Emma Willis husband: How Matt Willis made The Voice host cry after he did THIS

Emma Willis hosts The Voice on ITV but away from the cameras, she is a happily married mum of three. The TV presenter, 42, tied the knot with Busted bandmate Matt Willis, 35, on July 5, 2008 after three years of dating. The celebrity couple now have three children together: daughters Isabelle and Trixie, plus son Ace.

Matt and Emma Willis regularly share snaps of one another on their respective Instagram pages.

However, the two celebrities are generally considered to be very private people.

However, that has not stopped singer Matt speaking out about the time he brought his beautiful wife to tears.

Speaking to Hello!, Matt said: ”I flew back from tour to surprise my wife! I had one day off in Hamburg. We were in Germany somewhere and we were travelling.

“We were on tour… but I finished the gig and flew home because it was her birthday, so I surprised her on her birthday and took her out for dinner.

He added, jokingly: “I was a superstar, I tell you! She was crying, she was a mess!”

Despite being married for over a decade, the couple seemed as loved-up as ever.

Matt shared a picture of the duo smooching on the Big Brother chair when the show came to an end in 2018 with his Instagram followers

He wrote: “This woman is my absolute world!”

Emma and Matt also recently renewed their vows at Ruston Hall in Northamptonshire, where they married in 2008.

The star-studded ceremony was attended by celebrities including Holly Willoughby, Ant McPartlin, Buster bandmate Danny Jones and Sugababes singer Heidi Range.

Members of McFly were also there including Tom Fletcher, Dougie Pointer and Harry Judd.

Matt is also a band member of supergroup McBusted, formed of Busted and McFly members.

The couple’s first dance was the Beach Boys’ For Only Knows.

Matt and Emma live at home in Hertfordshire with Isabelle, nine, Ace, seven and Trixie Grace, two.

While the couple love a good picture for Instagram, they always make sure they blur out their children’s faces to protect their privacy.

source: express.co.uk