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Emma Samms and GB News anchor Simon McCoy announce engagement

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He is known for his witty presentation and lack of enthusiasm for royal stories, as she rose to fame playing Fallon Carrington on the soap opera Dynasty – and now GB News presenter Simon McCoy and pin-up Emma Samms from the s 80 revealed they are engaged.

Simon, 59, confirmed to Richard Eden of the Daily Mail that the couple are “both so happy”, with the couple’s children supporting the competition.

It will be the fourth marriage for Emma, ​​61, who has two children with her third husband John Holloway.

News anchor Simon McCoy (left) has a cheery personal bulletin of his own: He’s engaged to 1980s pin-up Emma Samms (right)

She divorced her psychiatrist John Holloway in 2003. Her previous husbands, Bansi Nagji and Tim Dillon, were both lawyers. It is also the fifth engagement for the star, who was engaged to the late American composer Marvin Hamlisch.

They haven’t set a date, but plan to have a “merry” party in the spring, when it’s safe to party.

The couple lives in the home of the London-born actress in the Cotswolds.

Emma often shares idyllic photos of their country life on her Instagram, including lush flora and snaps of home-grown vegetables.

A recent image shows a ‘curious neighbour’ of a cow peeking into her yard from a nearby field, while another shows a ‘typical country lane’ and rose bushes.

But there’s still a good dollop of glitz and glamor to country life, with Emma showing luxury trips to Paris and tea parties in castles.

Samms, 61, was one of the biggest TV stars of the 1980s, playing fiery heiress Fallon Carrington Colby in Dynasty (pictured)

Samms, 61, was one of the biggest TV stars of the 1980s, playing fiery heiress Fallon Carrington Colby in Dynasty (pictured)

Emma’s daughter Micha, 22, is the spitting image of her mother and has also inherited her intelligent side.

She recently graduated with a degree in financial mathematics from Cardiff University, where she was also a member of the cheerleading squad.

But Micah isn’t the only brainbox in the family, her firstborn Cameron, 24, has just graduated from St Andrews School of Medicine.

Meanwhile, Simon shares son Max, 28, with his first wife – BBC South West star Victoria Graham, 46, whom he divorced in January 2019.

Simon, 59, confirmed to Richard Eden of the Daily Mail that the couple are

Simon, 59, confirmed to Richard Eden of the Daily Mail that the couple are “both so happy”, with the couple’s children supporting the competition. It will be the fourth marriage for Emma, ​​61, who has two children with her third husband John Holloway

The couple lives in the home of the London-born actress in the Cotswolds.  They haven't set a date, but plan to have a

The couple lives in the home of the London-born actress in the Cotswolds. They haven’t set a date, but plan to have a “merry” party in the spring, when it’s safe to party.

After gaining fame at General Hospital, Emma confirmed her status as a soap opera legend after playing the role of Fallon Carrington Colby on the cult hit Dynasty, where she co-starred with Joan Collins.

She later moved back to the UK where she had a regular role on the BBC lunchtime show Doctors.

As an 80s sex symbol, she has twice turned down offers to appear in Playboy.

Simon started his career as a researcher for Thames TV, before leaving to join Sky News as a presenter.

After gaining fame at General Hospital, Emma cemented her status as a soap opera legend after playing the role of Fallon Carrington Colby on the cult hit Dynasty, where she co-starred with Joan Collins.

After gaining fame at General Hospital, Emma cemented her status as a soap opera legend after playing the role of Fallon Carrington Colby on the cult hit Dynasty, where she co-starred with Joan Collins.

The cast of the television show 'Dynasty' including Heather Locklear, Emma Samms, Joan Collins, John Forsythe and Linda Evans.

The cast of the television show ‘Dynasty’ including Heather Locklear, Emma Samms, Joan Collins, John Forsythe and Linda Evans.

Emma later moved back to the UK where she had a regular role on the BBC lunchtime show Doctors

Emma later moved back to the UK where she had a regular role on the BBC lunchtime show Doctors

He then moved to become a presenter and in 1991 became the channel’s royal correspondent, before becoming an anchor, notably covering the Iraq war in the early 1990s.

In 2004 he moved to BBC Breakfast and BBC News 24, where he often went viral for his lack of enthusiasm for royal stories.

Prince George’s birth in 2013, while stationed outside the Lindo wing of St Mary’s Hospital, made headlines after reporting reports: ‘The news is there is no news’.

Later that year, during a live broadcast, he accidentally picked up a refill pack of A4 printer paper instead of his iPad while presenting in front of the camera, which became another viral sensation.

This year he moved to GB News to host an afternoon show.

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