Who is Martine McCutcheon's husband, Jack McManus? Complete story here!
Known for her roles in Love Actually (2003), BBC's EastEnders, and The Bromley Boys, Martin McCutcheon is an English actress and singer. McCutcheon's road to fame began with the actress taking baby steps with commercials, children's television drama, soap operas, and eventually making her way into mainstream showbiz.
Martine Kimberley Sherrie McCutcheon was born on May 14, 1976, in Hackney, London, in a tumultuous household. The actress was 12 when she started taking commercial and modeling gigs and landed her first television role in BBC's Bluebirds. Aside from her notable acting career, Martine also lived a chart-topping music career. She is married and is a mother to one.
Who is Martine McCutcheon's husband?
McCutcheon is married to English singer Jack McManus, with whom she shares a 7-year-old son with him. Martine and McManus tied the knots in September 2012 at Lake Como, but the couple's relationship goes way back to December 2006, when the two first met each other.
"We laid eyes on each other, and that was it," McCutcheon confessed. Photo Source: Instagram
Describing the immediate spark the couple felt at the time, McCutcheon says, "We laid eyes on each other, and that was it." The pair began their romantic affair in 2007 and found themselves committing for a lifetime after a few years. McCutcheon and Jack welcomed their son, Rafferty Jack McManus, in February 2015.
Jack, 37, is a native of West Wickham, London, and is an alum of the prestigious BRIT School. McManus has hits like Bang on Piano, You Think I Don't Care, and Heart Attack under his belt. His only album, Either Side of Midnight, released in 2008, peaked at no.22 on the UK album chart. Although McManus is yet to leave his mark on the commercial music world, he was compared to Elton John and Billy Joel in the past.
Martine and Jack celebrated their son's 7th birthday in February. Photo Source: Instagram
The singer-turned actress's marital life is an open book on Instagram. McCutcheon regularly gives fans a peek into her happy life. Just recently, the Love Actually star commemorated her son's 7th birthday with McManus. Posting a sweet picture of her hubby and son, Martine captioned, "My boy is seven today! Omg! Rafferty, we lucked out with you. You are such a gift. You make us laugh, feel so much love, and Daddy and I are so proud of you."
McCutcheon says her friend saved her marriage with Jack. Photo Source: Instagram
Despite proposing an ideal relationship in public, the couple has admitted to experiencing a few hiccups in their marriage. In 2016, the EastEnders actress revealed that a friend saved her marriage a couple of times. "I think actually my friends have saved my relationship a couple of times," Martine said, adding, "They've been like 'calm down, you really love him, you two are meant to be together."
Martine McCutcheon's past relationships!
Known for her cheerfully open nature, McCutcheon won a legion of hearts when she recently got candid about her health scares, weight loss, and mental health. The actress has publicly pondered on her struggle with conceiving and multiple miscarriages in the past.
"You never truly recover from it," Martine on miscarriage. Source: Loose Women
Before her career took off with the 2003 romantic-comedy Love Actually, opposite Hugh Grant, McCutcheon was with Jonathan Barnham, a convicted drug dealer. The pair were engaged for a while and were even expecting a baby when Martine lost the unborn to miscarriage. McCutcheon called it quits after finding out about Jonathan's strings of side chicks.
"I didn't have problems getting pregnant; I had problems keeping them," the actress said, shedding light on the subject. "I had lost babies, and it was horrific every time. The minute that you have that baby, you're planning its future and what you're going to do with it, and you never truly recover," McCutcheon shares. Martine's" first known relationship was with DJ Gareth Cooke.
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