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'I'm off to buy a hat!' Coleen Nolan delighted as daughter Ciara is engaged

Coleen Nolan's daughter has got engaged credit:Bang Showbiz
Coleen Nolan's daughter has got engaged credit:Bang Showbiz

Coleen Nolan's daughter has got engaged.

The 'Loose Women' star has been left "delighted" following the news her 23-year-old daughter Ciara Fensome - who she has with her second husband Ray Fensome - is to marry her fiance Maxx Innes, after he popped the question during a trip to Vietnam.

Coleen shared a picture of the happy couple, and she wrote: "Well what can I say… I’m so so delighted that @maxxinnes has asked my beautiful girl @ciarafensome to marry him. I love them both sooooo much. Miss them even more! Can’t wait to see them. Off to buy a hat x (sic)"

Several of Coleen's 'Loose Women' co-stars sent congratulatory messages to her and Ciara.

Kelle Bryan posted: "Such lovely news"

Denise Welch wrote: "Congratulations @ciarafensome"

Charlene White commented: "Congrats!!"

Ciara took to her Instagram Stories to confirm she and Maxx had got engaged by sharing a picture of her engagement ring and writing: "This happened last night".

She revealed Maxx popped the question on a boat surrounded by lanterns in Vietnam.

Ciara wrote: "It was like a fairy tale and I can't wait to spend forever with you @maxxinnes. I love you xxx (sic)"

But it wasn't always the most romantic of settings thanks to their boat driver.

She added: "The man rowing the boat was gagging and spitting the entire time, which really added some flare (sic)"

In February, Coleen - who is in a relationship with Michael Jones, 57, after meeting him on Tinder - admitted she would "maybe" consider getting married again, but only if there was a prenup involved.

Speaking on the 'How to be 60' podcast, she told fellow 'Loose Women' star Kaye Adams: "I think Michael would very much like to get married at some point. 'If it meant a lot to him, maybe I would, but I'd bloody make him sign a great big piece of paper before I did, because I'm not going through that again.

"I've looked into it. 100 per cent. It's sorted from there and it's a reference point; no-one thinks they're going to split up. I got married twice thinking both of them were for life. I never went into marriage thinking – what if it doesn't work? And neither of them did in the end.

"It's traumatic enough on an emotional level, but then when there are solicitors involved and you're dividing up everything, what it comes down to is who owns what. How much have you got? Give him 50 per cent. Off you trot. "