Dancing On Ice finalist Kimberly Wyatt says the show has revived her marriage

Kimberly Wyatt has revealed Dancing On Ice has helped rekindle her marriage to Max Rogers, as she admits she feels “confident” again.

The former Pussycat Doll, 39, first met her husband Max 11 years ago when he danced at Clothes Show Live and they have remained attached ever since.

However, Kimberly explained that the show can be “difficult” for a wedding, but luckily for her, the British-born model seems to be falling in love with her all over again.

Opening up: Kimberly Wyatt has revealed Dancing On Ice has helped rekindle her marriage to Max Rogers as she feels ‘confident’ again

Max – who shares daughters Willow, seven, and Maple, five, as well as son Ford, two, fell head over heels in love with the dancer after seeing her perform.

In an interview with The Sun, Kimberly said: ‘You know Max fell in love with me because he saw me on stage dancing and he was just, like. . . he likes what I do.

‘So to rekindle that love and remind us where we started. . . as difficult as this experience (Dancing On Ice) on a wedding can be, my husband has been amazing and supportive of me, and I can’t wait to get back into his arms and when the finale is over, kind of a relaunch of our lives.

Kimberly said: 'You know, Max fell in love with me because he saw me dancing on stage and he was just, like.  .  .  he likes what I do'

Kimberly said: ‘You know, Max fell in love with me because he saw me dancing on stage and he was just, like. . . he likes what I do’

Kimberly revealed that after a decade of babies and breastfeeding, it’s the ice cream that has now rekindled their love.

During her 30s, she was a full-time mom and lost her passion for performing, but it’s clear that DOI brought out the Pussycat Doll in her.

She also admits that she has regained her abs, which makes her more “confident” and secure in her own skin.

While reflecting on her DOI experience so far, she said, “Being 40 on the ice and having the rest of our lives to look forward to in a space I feel confident in is a nice place to be. It really gave me a whole new life.

Happy family: The couple now share daughters Willow, seven, and Maple, five, as well as two-year-old son Ford

Happy family: The couple now share daughters Willow, seven, and Maple, five, as well as two-year-old son Ford

The singer is now determined to get back to her old workout routine and dance like before in the hopes that she can keep her toned physique once the show is over.

Kimberly is grabbing every chance she has to make it big in the industry and Dancing On Ice is no exception as she is set to make the live final.

She started dancing at age seven, and at age 14 she won a scholarship to study at the Joffrey Ballet School in New York.

Wow: She also admits she's got her abs back, which makes her more

Wow: She also admits she’s got her abs back, making her feel more ‘confident’ and secure in her own skin as she dances with Mark Hanretty (right)

The star has swapped her dancing shoes for a pair of ice skates and will hit the rink one last time on Sunday.

She’s known for her raunchy dance moves and incorporated many of them into her performances, as well as embracing softer, more ballet-like moves – a side of herself she thought she’d lost forever.

Kimberly – whose childhood dream was to become an ice skater – will now face New Zealanders Brendan, 45, and Regan, 26.

The finalists will perform four numbers for the judges, including a showdance – for which Kimberly is planning a piece dedicated to her younger self.

As professional dancers, the three finalists pushed the boundaries of what celebrities can achieve on the show.

Dancing On Ice Live Final, Sunday at 7 p.m. on ITV.

Fighters: Kimberly - whose young dream of becoming an ice skater hits the streets - will now face New Zealander Brendan, 45, and Regan, 00.

Fighters: Kimberly – whose young dream of becoming an ice skater hits the streets – will now face New Zealander Brendan, 45, and Regan, 00.

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