Strictly star says he has no plans to marry dance partner

But that might be news to her...

We’ve all been getting carried away by the talk of weddings over the past few days.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement earlier this week, while Loose Women’s Andrea McLean is set to tie the knot with her partner Nick Feeney today.

But it seems that all the romance in the air has failed to inspire former Strictly star Ben Cohen.

The rugby ace, 39, has revealed that he has no plans to marry his partner, Kristina Rihanoff – and doesn’t intend to add to the Cohen brood either.

Ben got together with Russian dancer Kristina, 40, after the pair were partnered together in the 2013 series of Strictly.

At the time, Ben was married to Abby Blayney, with whom he has twin daughters, Harriette and Isabelle, though both Ben and Kristina insist they didn’t get together until after his marriage ended.

In June 2016, it was announced that Kristina had given birth to her and Ben’s first child, a daughter named Milena.

But speaking to The Sun, the former England winger revealed that the couple wouldn’t be extending their family, and haven’t discussed the prospect of exchanging vows.

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He said: “No more kids, and we’re not talking marriage either.

“There are always rumours, but we’re not talking anything like that. We haven’t really mentioned it. We’re happy as we are with three kids.”

What makes Ben’s statement interesting is that earlier this month, Kristina suggested that the pair MIGHT get married AND have another baby – albeit not just yet.

She told The Sun: “Marriage and another baby is some time in the future – we both like to take it one step at a time.

“We’re Virgos – we focus on one thing and execute it in the best possible way.”

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Ben and Kristina may not have won Strictly, but they showed some great chemistry when they were on the show.

However, when it comes to their future plans, it looks like they might have to agree to disagree.