Declan Donnelly and his wife Ali Astall are back in London after four weeks in Australia but it looks like theyre just about reacclimatising to the December chill.
Ali wrapped up warm in a long white teddy coat while Dec tucked a black and white check scarf into his black button-up coat as they took their baby daughter Isla for a stroll.
Despite the chill, the sun was shining so the pair both sported dark-tinted sunglasses for their outing.
The 43-year-old presenter landed in the UK just a day earlier with Ali and Isla, with the Donnelly family looking relaxed as they made his way out of Heathrow with Ali after a long flight back from Down Under.
They were joined by a string of their new pals for the journey home from Australia – with Emily Atack, Rita Simons, Joel Dommett and Anne Hegerty also spotted in the arrivals lounge.
This is the first series of Im A Celeb Dec has hosted without Ant McPartlin, as his best pal bowed out of the show to work on his sobriety.
Dec was instead joined by Holly Willoughby in the jungle – with their time together racking up record viewing figures – and he gave his new onscreen partner a very thoughtful gift to commemorate their time together.
During Wednesdays episode, Im A Celebrity: Coming Out, he gifted Holly her very own personalised jungle t-shirt – the one worn by all the campmates – with her name on it.
While Dec was without Ant in Australia, it seems as though the pair are reuniting for work a lot sooner than we thought.
Ant has completed his recovery and ITV has decided he is ready to be back at work for Britains Got Talent filming, which starts next month, an insider revealed.
Its been an incredibly difficult two-year period but he has been entirely focused on turning his life around in order to return to work. ITV is very excited about Ant and Dec being reunited – but Ants recovery has been everyones first priority.
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