London, June 7 (ANI): Christine Bleakley and footie star Frank Lampard, who have endured endless speculation about their marriage date since getting engaged, have reportedly quashed all the rumour of their wedding happening this year or in the coming one.
The TV presenter, had to even deny a persistent rumour that they had offered to pay several couples to rearrange their weddings, so that the duo could secure a date and venue this summer.
But apparently, the 33-year-old is said to have put wedding plans on the back burner for now.
"There never were any plans for a wedding this year, nor have we made any plans for next year," the Daily Mail quoted a spokesman for Lampard as saying.
According to a source close to the couple, moving into their newly refurbished home is Bleakley's and Chelsea star's current priority.
"Their focus is moving into the house in August,' the source said.
"They have been waiting for over a year for the property to be ready and now they are both very excited to be moving in at last. They've decided that the house will be their focus, not getting married," the source asserted.
Friends of the couple have also insisted that Bleakley and Lampard are blissfully happy together.
"Frank will be flying to America to play with Chelsea soon, so the plan now is to get married when there's more time," they said.
However, earlier this month Bleakley told Closer magazine that despite not having planned much, the duo is really looking forward to their big day.
"The truth is we've planned very little and nothing is set in stone. That being said, of course me and Frank are really looking forward to it," she said. (ANI)