Anthea Turner and husband Grant Bovey make first public appearance together since brief split

Back on track: Anthea Turner and husband Grant Bovey make first public appearance together since brief split

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21:29 GMT, 18 October 2012

Anthea Turner and Grant Bovey briefly split this summer following claims he had been unfaithful.

However, nearly two months after reconciling, the couple showed their marriage is very much back on track as they made their first public appearance together.

The TV presenter, 52, and businessman, 50, turned up arm-in-arm to the London Film Festival premiere of The Rolling Stones' documentary Crossfire Hurricane.

Back on track: Anthea Turner and Grant Bovey make their first public appearance since their brief split over the summer

Back on track: Anthea Turner and Grant Bovey make their first public appearance since their brief split over the summer

Wearing a gold ruched dress and nude heels, Anthea looked happy and healthy as she posed alongside her husband, who was dapper in a black suit.

The couple joined a host of stars at the Leicester Square screening, including the Rolling Stones themselves, Jerry Hall, Jade Jagger, Colin Firth and Liam Gallagher.

Former GMTV presenter Anthea threw her husband out of their five-bedroom home in July after allegations he had cheated on her with a 24-year-old.

However Grant’s daughters – Lily 20,
Claudia, 16 and Amelia, ten – persuaded her to take him back by
acting as go-betweens.

Moving past the drama: The pair looked relaxed in each other's company

Moving past the drama: The pair looked relaxed in each other's company

A
source said the TV star initially refused to take any of her husbands
calls but eventually agreed to talk to him at their home in Esher,
Surrey, after her step-daughters pleaded with her to save her 12-year
marriage.

A series of
meetings ensued during which Mr Bovey begged Miss Turner to forgive him,
insisting nothing had happened between him and interior designer Zoe de
Mallet Morgan.

A
source told the Mail On Sunday earlier this year: ‘The girls have
remained close to both Anthea and their father since the news broke.

‘They believe she is the perfect woman for their father because for the most part they have had a happy life together.

Paint it red (carpet): (L-R) Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones attend the London Film Festival premiere of Crossfire Hurricane

Paint it red (carpet): (L-R) Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts of the Rolling Stones attend the London Film Festival premiere of Crossfire Hurricane

‘At
first there was absolute radio silence, Anthea refused to take any of
Grant’s calls. But the girls kept telling her how much their father
wanted to win her back.

'Eventually Anthea told the girls she would be willing to meet him, so a series of meetings were set up at the house.’

In September, the couple were photographed hand-in-hand shopping at a Waitrose in
Cobham, Surrey, suggested they were working through their issues.

When asked by one of her Twitter followers if her marriage was doing OK earlier this month, she replied: 'All good thanks for asking.'

Couples night: Colin Firth and his wife Livia (left) and Liam Gallagher and wife Nicole Appleton

Couples night: Colin Firth and his wife Livia (left) and Liam Gallagher and wife Nicole Appleton

Couples night: Colin Firth and his wife Livia (left) and Liam Gallagher and wife Nicole Appleton