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In late 2015, former dance partner Kristina confirmed she and Ben were in love and a "committed relationship".And last year, they welcomed their first daughter Milena into the world.
The western area of the county borough encompassing Caerphilly itself, as well as Ystrad Mynach and Bargoed is covered by the Caerphilly constituency represented by Wayne David in Parliament and Hefin David in the Senedd.She later claimed: "[Joe] found it difficult when I danced with other men."in 2007.She later described the situation as "a disaster" and admitted the excitement and unpredictability of the show had led to the downfall of her relationship with Vincent, whom she'd been dancing with since she was just 14 years old.Daisy later admitted the show was to blame, telling : "So it was a really tall order to start a relationship at the beginning of it.As wonderful and kind as Frankie is, I realised I had to put myself first and take care of both of us as a result. Responding to Camilla's comments, Brendan said: "It's nothing really new to me.It was a long time ago, I'm happily married with a child, so is she, she's a married woman.
I live now, not ten years ago." pro Kristina Rihanoff, and some months after finishing eighth in the competition, he revealed he was splitting from his wife of 11 years Abby Blayney.
Meanwhile the eastern side of the county falls into Islwyn, encompassing Risca, Blackwood, Abercarn, Newbridge and Aberbargoed, and is represented by Chris Evans in Westminster and Rhianon Passmore in Cardiff Bay.
The northernmost part of Caerphilly encompassing New Tredegar and Rhymney forms the easternmost part of the Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney constituency, which is represented by Gerald Jones in Parliament and Dawn Bowden in the Senedd.
Although ruined, a large portion of the castle still remains, and has been used as a filming location for Doctor Who multiple times.
The castle plays hosts to a popular annual food fair, The Big Cheese, named for the world-famous cheese named after the town, every summer, with visitors numbering in the tens of thousands.
However, Kristina has blasted the idea of a ' curse'."It is bollocks, because the thing is, life happens," she said.