Lisa Armstrong ‘likes’ old tweet from 2018 about her finding love again and calling Ant McPartlin a ‘plonker’

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Lisa Armstrong has liked an old tweet about finding love again in which the tweeter called Ant McPartlin a “plonker.”

The makeup artist, 44, split from ex-husband, TV presenter Ant McPartlin, in early 2018.

This week, Lisa liked an old tweet from December 2018 that said: “Hey Beautiful lady x she who laughs last laughs longest x you have behaved with amazing dignity x you will find love again Lisa with someone special & only then will that plonker realise what he has chucked away x head high – chest out Go Girl xxx”

Love is in the air at the moment for the make up artist, as Lisa recently went public with new boyfriend James Green.

The star went Instagram official with her electrician boyfriend James in February this year with a sweet Valentine’s Day snap.

More than two months on, the couple’s romance appears to be blossoming and it’s been reported they are preparing to take a “huge step” in their relationship by getting a dog together.

A source told heat magazine: “Lisa and James have been talking about getting a dog for a while now and they've finally got to a place where they're ready for it.

“Lisa has been looking at options, and they're so close to finding their new family member.

“Lisa has said she feels that them getting a puppy is a huge step.”

Lisa,who recently appeared to take a swipe at ex Ant McPartlin,owns labrador Hurley with her ex-husbandAnt McPartlin,whom she split from in 2018.

The insider added how Lisa’s dog Hurley was “the ultimate bond” for her and Ant during their marriage and is said to feel a new dog will bring her and James even closer.

Meanwhile, Ant recently gave a glimpse into his family life by opening up about his teenage step-daughters for the time.

The Saturday Night Takeaway star became engaged to Anne-Marie Corbett in December, and it is evident that he has forged a close bond with her daughters.

Speaking candidly toThe Telegraph,the 45-year-old said: "I've got two step-daughters, 13 and 15, and they are more socially aware at that age than I was in my mid-20s. Than I still am."

He continued to praise the teenagers, adding that they were capable of saving the world.

"It's not going to be our generation that saves the world. Look at Greta Thunberg, single-handedly almost making the world aware of climate change," said Ant.

He added: "It's that kind of energy that this generation has got, and they'll save the rest of us. We're just trying to make it easier for them."

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