Amy Childs wants a ‘big traditional wedding’

09:05 08 October 2012

Amy Childs has spoken of her wedding plans  File picture John Stillwell/PA Wire

Amy Childs has spoken of her wedding plans File picture John Stillwell/PA Wire

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Reality TV personality Amy Childs is planning a lavish wedding when she marries Take Me Out contestant David Peters.

The former The Only Way is Essex star has been thinking about the ceremony she would like to have, but admits her boyfriend doesn’t agree with all her ideas.

She said: “David and I are now back from a week-long break in Italy. We were there for his sister Jo’s wedding and it has made me think about the type of wedding I’d like.

“They got married in a church and held their reception in a gorgeous venue overlooking the river. While it was a beautiful wedding and so perfect for them, it made me realise how much I’d love to get married in England.

“I’d love a big traditional wedding and then a huge knees-up afterwards. I wouldn’t even mind if it rained!

“I’ve already told Dave he has to wear a white suit, as I’d wear a big white dress. He’s having none of it, but I think he’d look so smart. Listen to me, going on as if I’m getting married some time soon.”

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