Cat Deeley enlisted the help of her doting husband Patrick Kielty to dye her hair at home on Sunday.
The TV presenter, 44, shared a hilarious video to her Instagram story, joking that ‘Fernando’, aka Patrick, 50, was about to open his salon.
Cat resorted to using a home kit to dye her hair with salons closed for potentially months longer under current lockdown rules.
Welcome to the salon! Cat Deeley enlisted the help of her doting husband Patrick Kielty to dye her hair at home on Sunday
The mother-of-two captured their amateur set-up, with Patrick wearing a protective white apron and gloves as he prepared to apply the colour to his wife’s hair.
Cat swung the camera around to reveal the mix of hair dye, saying: ‘We’re listening to Michael Ball and that is about to go on my head.’
In a separate clip, Cat leaned forward wearing pyjamas while her comedian husband applied the dye to the underside of her hair.
She filmed the video with a pink love heart filter and asked her husband, who also celebrated his 50th birthday on Sunday, if this was how he expected to spend his birthday.
Home salon: The TV presenter, 44, shared a hilarious video to her Instagram story, joking that ‘Fernando’, aka Patrick, 50, was about to open his salon
Patrick turned to the camera, joking: ‘I mean, it’s probably the greatest birthday I’ve ever had – especially with that filter.’
Cat and television host Patrick have been married since 2012 and are now parents to sons Milo, four, and James, two.
The pair had been friends for years before their friendship turned to romance thanks to Patrick’s major gesture, after first striking up a bond while co-hosting Fame Academy back in 2002.
The mother-of-two recently shared a clip of her homeschooling with son Milo and she said she was ‘losing her mind’ while stuck indoors.
Lockdown birthday: Patrick, who celebrated his 50th birthday on Sunday, turned to the camera, joking: ‘It’s probably the greatest birthday I’ve ever had’
Birmingham-born Cat and her family recently moved back to the UK after living happily in Los Angeles for over 14 years.
They put their Beverly Hills mansion on the market for $4.9 million (£3.8 million), in August 2020, and are now living in north London.
Cat recently revealed the ‘catalyst’ for the family’s departure was the terrifying moment Patrick and their eldest son narrowly avoided a public shooting incident at the Century City Mall.
Speaking on the Made By Mammas podcast in December, she said: ‘It was always kind of in our minds that we would, at some stage or another you know, come back.
‘The main factor was friends and family because we will never get this time back again.
True love: Cat and Patrick met when they presented Fame Academy together in 2002 and remained friends for almost a decade, before they married in 2012
‘But there was definitely a moment where Paddy and Milo were caught up in a […] they were shopping at Westfield shopping centre and they’d gone to Shake Shack to have a burger and it was just like a treat after school, and they got caught up in what they thought was a live shooter.
‘They all kind of got pushed into toilets and into the kitchen, and people were screaming, and I had to go and get them, and I didn’t realise what was going on.’
She continued: ‘It was only when I was driving up in my car that I realised the enormity of it as I saw like, six helicopters circling and news teams and SWAT squads. It was very, very scary.’
Despite the gun culture in the US, Cat said that was not the reason why they left the country.
She explained: ‘It definitely wasn’t the reason, but it was one of the reasons and quite possibly a catalyst for it, you know.’
Safe: The couple lived in Los Angeles for 14 years and are parents to sons Milo, four, and James, two (pictured) but recently moved back to the UK after narrowly avoiding a shooting incident