She married her long-time friend in a romantic ceremony in Rome, back in 2012.
And Cat Deeley, 40, looked as loved up as ever with her comedian beau Patrick Kielty, 46, as they attended the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The leggy presenter flaunted her slender figure in a slim fit maxi dress.
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Loved up: Cat, 40, and Patrick, 46, are pictured at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in Los Angeles on Saturday. The couple looked loved up as they posed for snapshots outside the annual event
The 40-year-old presenter paired her red and white paisley printed frock with hazel brown sandals heels, which matched her tawny coloured clutch.
Opting for a soft makeup look, Cat gave her eyes an added shimmer with gold eye shadow, which she coupled with clear lipgloss.
Patrick wore a smart midnight blue blazer and a buttoned down collar shirt; dressed down in a pair of straight leg jeans.
Pretty in paisley: The 40-year-old paired her red and white paisley printed frock with hazel brown sandals heels, which matched her tawny coloured clutch
This appearance came shortly after Cat expressed her controversial opinion on Simon Cowell’s X Factor, as she claimed that viewers have become bored of talent show, and the series should be taken off the air.
Cat stated: ‘I think every big show like that is cyclical, like Britain’s Got Talent or America’s Got Talent.
‘It was Opportunity Knocks about 25 years ago – they are hugely successful and then people get bored, and then they put them away for a bit, then they miss them, then they bring them back.’
Smart yet casual: Patrick wore a smart midnight blue blazer and a buttoned down collar shirt; dressed down with a pair of straight leg jeans
Cat made a return to UK TV last Friday after a decade of success in the US, with Sky 1’s Sing Ultimate A Cappella – a singing competition show.
In the Pitch Perfect-esque series, contestants put their voices to the test, performing with no backing music or instruments.
Cat added that she hopes to find a star that can rival Simon’s X Factor bid for the Christmas Number One.
Big decision: Judge Simon Cowell has made some drastic changes to the show in an attempt to regain ratings lost to BBC rival Strictly Come Dancing