Lisa Armstrong is clearly thrilled to be reunited with her beloved dog Hurley.
The Strictly Come Dancing make-up artist shares the chocolate labrador with estranged husband Ant McPartlin, and the pair have been sharing custody of the pooch since their bitter split.
Ant had been looking after Hurley while Lisa enjoyed a well-deserved break in Los Angeles, but she was reunited with him last week after landing back in the UK.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, proud dog mum Lisa shared a sweet picture of Hurley with his paws resting on her head.
"Mama’s love!! #hurls #babyboy," she captioned the snap.
While is seems like Lisa and Ant, who has since moved on with former personal assistant Anne-Marie Corbett, are managing to split custody of their pet, they are still yet to agree on the terms of their divorce.
Ant is said to have offered Lisa their £6million mansion in Chiswick, west London, if she signs soon – but without her signature, their divorce could limp along for five more years.
It’s believed he’s doing everything he can to speed up the process, offering her enormous chunks of his £60million fortune.
Lisa’s been working as a makeup artist alongside close friend Stephen Mulhern on the new series of his show In For A Penny, In For A Grand – an offshoot of the sketch he performed on Saturday Night Takeaway.
"Her friends think she’s found solace knowing she was coming back to the UK to work with a team of close mates, including Stephen, who she’s worked with previously, and she knows they will look after her – especially after she was axed from Saturday Night Takeaway," a source recently told Mirror Online.
Ant McPartlin and Anne-Marie Corbett
Meanwhile, Ant, 42, has told fans that while his recovery is on track, he doesn’t feel well enough to return to work just yet.
"My recovery is going very well and for that to continue having spoken to Dec and ITV, I have made the decision to take the rest of the year off," he said in a statement .
"I’d like to thank both Dec and ITV for their continued support and I look forward to getting back to work in the new year."
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