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'He feels pretty stupid about sending them to her now and is obviously worried what Tess is going to say.' The racy messages are at odds with Kay's image as a clean-cut, family man, who hosts shows such as All Star Family Fortunes.Bury-raised Sugden has become one of the country's top Page 3 girls since she started her glamour modelling career three years ago.
In 2007, comedian Brand boasted about how he took her back to his London flat after contacting her on My Space and discussing the works of Oscar Wilde.The following year, she briefly dated male model Matt Peacock, famous for dating Katie Price pre-Peter Andre and infamously married Jodie Marsh for a reality TV show two years ago.Following the revelations, Sugden announced today on her Twitter page that she was turning her phone off and was leaving the UK for a holiday.She wrote: 'Phone is going off and I'm going away..!!! 'You've got to believe in the bloke you're with, right?Married TV presenter Vernon Kay has admitted he exchanged racy texts and Twitter messages with glamour model Rhian Sugden.He claims not to have slept with the Page 3 blonde but wife Tess Daly, mother of his two children, is unlikely to be impressed by that.
Kay, 35, swapped details with Sugden, 23, after they met in a nightclub in his hometown of Bolton.
While Strictly Come Dancing host Daly has been busy with the couple's two children Phoebe, five, and Amber, eight months, Kay has been enjoying flirty exchanges on Twitter, using the micro-blogging site's private messaging function.
Kay's spokesman today admitted he had sent the text messages, but insisted: 'They never at any point had a physical sexual relationship.'Sugden, who regularly appears topless on Page 3 of The Sun and once dated Russell Brand, said: 'I met Vernon in a club in Bolton and we have exchanged a few racy texts.'She showed the messages to her employers, who claimed they were too explicit to print.
A source close to Kay and Daly told the paper: 'This is the last thing Tess will want to hear.
'She is not one to hold back on dishing out a rollicking.
It's fair to say this will go down like a lead balloon.