ANT McPartlin’s ex Lisa Armstrong was seen kissing their beloved dog Hurley as they walked in a park in London.
The five-year-old chocolate labrador has become the country’s most famous canine because of Lisa and Ant’s likely custody fight.
Ant McPartlin’s ex Lisa Armstrong planted a kiss on their pet Hurley as they played in a park.
Lisa, 42, looked snazzy in an oversized American stars and stripes cardigan and wore her lilac coloured hair swept back.
She looked at ease as she and Hurley played with a bright pink ball by a lake, and had plenty of time for cuddles.
Speaking about their custody battle over Hurley, Ant told The Sun: “We still share quite evenly. Hurley’s welfare comes first and we both love him very much. That’s the way it is really.”
Speaking about his love for Hurley, Ant said: “There’s a loyalty and a love and a companionship with Hurley that you can’t describe.
“And he never tells me off and is always pleased to see me.”
He added: “I came out of a shop the other day and there was a woman on the floor cuddling Hurley.
“She said to me, ‘It’s the dog from the papers!’ Hurley’s a celebrity! Quick, get him a deal.”
The Sun revealed it was Ant’s decision to end their 11-year marriage following a series of emotional face to face meetings with Lisa in December 2017.
The couple’s marriage officially ended on October 16 2018.
It was revealed Ant had a new girlfriend, his PA Anne-Marie Corbett, last June.
Meanwhile Lisa enjoyed a pub date with handsome chef James Howarth, 44, earlier this week and invited him back to hers.
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