Dec 14, 2012

They’re one of TOWIE’S most glamorous couples and now it seems that are starting to coordinate their outfits.

The loved-up pair were spotted enjoying a day out at Drayton Manor today (Wednesday) and certainly looked like they were matching.

As they rode the theme park’s various rides and spent time feeding some of the animals, Lucy and Mario definitely proved that their rocky relationship is stronger than ever.

Looking rather casual, Lucy showed off her enviable figure in a pair of light blue skinny jeans  – with her fiancé wearing pair of the exact same colour.

The brunette teamed hers with a white and navy striped top and silver flip flops – which she had chosen over her usual pair of towering heels.

The reality TV star completed her look with large dark sunglasses and a nude leather handbag.

Mario also wore sunglasses, when not on the rides, and teamed his jeans with a black and white T-shirt that was emblazoned with an image that appeared to represent a jail cell window.

He also wore a pair of black and silver adidas trainers and kept a protective arm around his fiancée.

After months of testing each other’s boundaries, Lucy and Mario have gotten engaged and seem to have put their past issues behind them.

The current series of TOWIE wrapped for filming at the weekend, so the couple were clearly enjoying the chance to enjoy some quality time without being trailed by a camera crew.

As well as making the most of the park’s many rollercoasters, the pair were invited to feed one of Drayton Manor’s animal residents.

The couple were seen feeding a Brazilian Tapir in the grounds of the Staffordshire attraction.

Review by: Daily Mail

Dec 14, 2012

Big Brother winner Josie Gibson has had a white-knuckle experience at Drayton Manor to promote the theme park’s summer discounts.

The Bristolian reality TV personality was accompanied by plumber fiancé Luke Sanwo as she tried out the attractions at the Staffordshire resort.

Sporting a noticeably thinner frame, Gibson met children’s character The Fat Controller at the park’s Thomas the Tank Engine land and screamed as she enjoyed some of the more wild rides.

Her visit celebrated Drayton Manor’s ‘Summer Explosion’ season, which has seen 2,012 discounted tickets to the park made available online every day.

Adults can visit the park for as little as £20, while the price of children’s tickets have been cut in half to £12 and under-fours are eligible for free entry.

Review by: Digital Spy