CLICK ON PHOTO TO ENLARGE David Seaman and Frankie Poultney tied the knot at Dormy House in the Cotswolds "I'd kind of had the picture in my mind of how she would look but it surpassed anything I could have imagined." Frankie, 41, told the magazine: "Getting married has brought another level to the happiness we already had. Frankie is just a little atom bomb of energy and really good fun whilst David is very cool and very calm and very chilled." Frankie's star Chris Fountain.
We're in a bubble of wedded bliss and it's wonderful." Amongst the guest were David's former teammates Ian Wright, Sol Campbell, Tony Adams and Lee Dixon, and broadcaster Bob Wilson was best man. Jayne Torvill added: "Whenever I've seen David since he's been with Frankie he's been smiling.
If you asked him for his autograph back then he would always append ‘Safe Hands’.
She said: “The respondent has not seen the children every weekend as he states.
He has spent only two days with them since he saw them on November 15 2009.” Ironically, Seaman’s first marriage ended when he admitted adultery with Debbie, then a receptionist at Arsenal, in 1995.
Now, scientists think they know why the music used in scary movies is so good at making our flesh creep.
They have shown that the harsh, discordant and unexpected sounds used in horror soundtracks imitate the screams of frightened animals.
The pair met through the television show Dancing On Ice.