LISA Armstrong has taken to Instagram to share a sweet picture of her with the dog she shares with her ex Ant McPartlin.
The Strictly make-up artist, 42, split from Ant, 43, at the beginning of last year after 11 years of marriage.
“My baby…. #foreverlove x,” she wrote posting a picture of the chocolate Labrador.
Lisa now now shares joint custody of beloved pet with her ex.
Last month, we reported Lisa is plotting to move to LA after Strictly Come Dancing to get away from ex Ant ‘playing happy families’.
Ant is now happily dating former PA Anne-Marie Corbett, and the couple are moving into a £6million ‘love nest’ with her two children.
However Closer magazine claims Lisa is planning to take a six-month sabbatical in LA after the upcoming series of Strictly ends in December, having visited the area on a number of occasions since her split from Ant.
A source told the publication: “Lisa’s trying to move on with her life and start afresh, but things are still very raw for her.
“Hearing the news about Ant moving into a dream family home with Anne-Marie and playing stepdad to her kids and living the life they always envisaged for themselves has brought a lot of raw feelings to the surface.”
Before their marriage breakdown, Ant had admitted he and Lisa – who has quit working on Britain’s Got Talent since their divorce – were eager to have children.
He said in a 2013 interview: “We’d love to have kids. We’re trying.
“It’s tougher than you think when you get a bit older. We would love to have a family so fingers crossed.
“If we’re blessed with children, then we’d be over the moon!”
While a family never came from the former couple’s time together, Anne-Marie has two daughters with ex-husband Scott.
Earlier this month, The Sun gave an exclusive first glimpse at Ant’s new seven-bedroom property which he has spent the last year turning into his dream home with Anne-Marie.
A source said: “The property is perfect for them.
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“It has everything they want and marks an important milestone in their relationship together.
“It’s close to parks and open spaces to walk labrador Hurley and is in a lovely area for the children.
“It’s not been easy to get here but they both view this house as a new start. It’s had lot of work done since they bought it and is now ready for them to move into next month.”
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