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Terry and Toni "so in love"

ALL’S well that ends well. Chelsea captain John Terry and his wife Toni made no secret of their reconciliation with a series of photo opportunities in Dubai.

And on arrival back at Heathrow Airport on Monday, after Terry had joined his wife and three-year-old twins, Georgie and Summer, for four days on holiday in Dubai, the pair presented a united front.

Terry, 29, was stripped of the England captaincy 10 days ago after being found to have had an affair with lingerie model Vanessa Perroncel, the ex-partner of England team-mate Wayne Bridge.

Terry flew to Dubai last week in an attempt to save his marriage after Carlo Ancelotti, the Chelsea manager, gave him permission to miss Saturday’s 4-1 FA Cup victory over Cardiff City.

Kissing and cuddling

Toni fled to Dubai with the children after news of the defender’s infidelity broke.

“We know how we feel about each other and that is the main thing. Our relationship has never been knocked down. We’re just so in love,” Terry said.

He was pictured kissing and cuddling his wife as the couple relaxed by the pool of a five-star hotel in Dubai.

The footballer also enjoyed a kickabout near his hotel during the stay, later signing autographs for young fans.

After the game, he told The Sun: “I’ve had a brilliant time here. Everything is now cool.”

Toni added: “We’re very strong as a couple – always have been. John came over to see me and the kids and enjoy a few days in the hot weather."

The revelations have seen Terry, Britain’s highest- paid footballer, on £150,000 ($330,000) a week, fighting to save his reputation.

However, despite initial claims that his marriage was beyond saving, some reports now claim the couple may be planning to have a third child and could even renew their wedding vows in the coming months.

Terry will return to training today and is expected to be available for Saturday’s Premiership trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers. – Wire Services.

This article was first published in The New Paper.

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