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Vernon Kay cannot get enough of stunning wife Tess Daly after incredible career milestone

Vernon Kay is completely obsessed with his stunning wife, Tess Daly, and after her latest career milestone, he couldn't wait to tell her just how proud he was.Taking to his Instagram Stories on Thursday, the This Morning star, 48, posted a photo of Tess' brand new book, 4 Steps to a Happier Healthier You, to mark the Strictly host's book launch day. Vernon is so proud of his wife Alongside the photo, Vernon penned: "Book launch day!! Yeeeehaaaa!!," and added a GIF which read: "Proud of you," in large swirly writing.Meanwhile, Tess, 53, looked effervescent on the front cover of her highly anticipated masterpiece as she sported a chic lemon jumper and classic blue jeans - and of course ultra-glamorous hair and makeup.

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Strictly's Tess Daly's husband Vernon Kay admits 'still not content' despite family life
Strictly Come Dancing host Tess Daly, might seem to have it all - a glittering showbiz lifestyle, a beautiful wife, two children and a lucrative presenting career - but he's still searching for that elusive feeling of contentment. In a recent podcast interview, the 48-year-old admitted his frustration as there are still bucket list goals that he hasn't achieved.Asked on The Mid Point With Gabby Logan when he realised he had reached contentment, he candidly clarified: "I don't think I am [there] yet!"In spite of enjoying a great family life with Tess, 53, and their daughters Phoebe and Amber, Vernon adamantly declared: "I don't think I am content! I think I would know when I get there."He explained that his father, who'd spent 58 years working as a long distance lorry driver, had already found contentment and happiness in his life, but that his own restless spirit wouldn't allow him to settle quite as quickly.As part of the podcast, he took readers back in time to the moment he first attempted to set goals for himself.At school, Vernon had little interest in academic subjects, feeling in his heart that he'd never use the information he was learning in his career.In the years that followed, he moved to London and landed a job as a woodcutter in a DIY shop, cutting fence panels for his cousin - but he wasn't enjoying life at all."[I was] thinking, 'This is going absolutely nowhere, I'm supposed to be in this glamorous glitzy fashion world doing modelling and I wasn't," he explained."I was just racking up debt.