Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty got into the festive spirit at a Christmas fair in London with their three year old son James.

The TV presenter, 45, enjoyed a day out with her family and indulged in the festivities with her husband and Irish comedian, Patrick Kielty, 50.

The celebrity couple attended the fair in Hampstead Heath that boasted a traditional German market, fairground rides for kids, and plenty of mulled wine and festive feasts.

Cat and Patrick were looking stylish in outfits fit for the chilly conditions. Cat wore a long cream coat and Patrick sported a navy jacket and a smart pair of Redwings boots.

The couple met when they presented Fame Academy together in 2002 and over ten years later their love developed into a relationship.

They got married in September 2012 and have two children together, James, three and Miles, five.

When talking to Closer magazine the star revealed they will not be having any more kids.

Cat revealed: "No, I think I'm done. I love my boys. I can't believe how lucky I am to have them. I'm good, I think. Ask me again in 12 months' time!"

The star's big break came when she formed a popular trio with Ant and Dec, presenting BAFTA-winning kids morning show SM:TV Live in the late nineties, before her huge move to USA.

The presenter has become a big name in the states as host of reality TV show So You Think You Can Dance since 2006.

The TV presenter and model has previously struggled in icy settings though.

Earlier this year Cat shared a dramatic incident that could have ended disastrously, while the star from the midlands was presenting an episode of Stars in Their Eyes.

Cat told the story in an interview with the Guardian.

The star explained: "When I was hosting Stars In Their Eyes, in a dress rehearsal. I had to come up a steep ramp in a pair of heels, and there was so much dry ice I couldn’t see anything."

The presenter, who filled in in as host of Lorraine this year, continued: "I ran into the doors instead of through them. With the show due to start in 20 minutes, they had to patch up my bleeding nose with powder so the blood would coagulate."

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