Newlywed Sam Fox and wife Linda Olsen head off on honeymoon after getting married | The Sun

NEWLYWED Sam Fox and her wife Linda Olsen have headed off on their honeymoon after getting married in June.

The couple – who have been together since 2016 – tied the knot in front of 127 close family and friends on June 17 2022.

Over a month later and the pair are finally off on their honeymoon.

The pair were seen at Gatwick airport before jumping on a plane for their celebrations.

Ex-model Sam, 56, kept it casual in a bright pink tracksuit and purple top.

She accessorised with a black cross body bag.

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Meanwhile Linda, 48, opted for a white t-shirt and black leggings.

They were due to wed in 2020 but had to postpone due to Covid.

Despite raining on their special day, it certainly didn't dampen their spirits.

Sam wore her hair in an elegant top chignon, clutched a bouquet of pink roses as she emerged from a white taxi.

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Linda was seen looking incredible in a a white veil as she headed into the hotel venue in Essex.

The ceremony was foll­owed by a wedding breakfast and a party until midnight.

Late last month Sam told The Sun told how a “weight has been lifted” after being given the all-clear following her cancer scare.

Sam, who first appeared in The Sun in 1983 and is now a singer, had surgery last month to remove a 10mm growth, which doctors feared could be cancerous, from her throat,

She then faced an agonising wait before medics told her it was a benign polyp.

The 56-year-old was so worried about the outcome that she told how she comforted herself by thinking that if she died, at least she would be reunited with her lost loved ones.

The Touch Me singer, who has sold more than 30million records and performs all over the world, said: “I really cried a lot. I’m such a positive person but it’s hard when you’ve got something like that hanging over you. I was very fearful.”

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