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Gregg Wallace's strange comments asking wife Anne-Marie to 'print' Instagram photos

By Lydia Chantler-Hicks

TV personality Gregg Wallace has gone viral after it emerged he begs his wife to hand over hard copies of her Instagram snaps.

Masterchef star and Whitstable resident Wallace is clearly a big fan of his wife's photography skills, as one observant social media user noticed while browsing his wife Anne-Marie's Instagram profile.

Hannah Thompson took to Twitter to share her delight at Wallace's enthusiastic comments - in which he repeatedly urges pregnant Anne-Marie to "print" her photos.

Gregg Wallace
Gregg Wallace

In a tweet that has now amassed 31,000 likes, Ms Thompson wrote: "Crying with laughter that Masterchef’s Gregg Wallace comments on every pic his wife posts on Insta demanding she print it.

"SO many questions. Is she actually printing them?? What’s he doing with all these prints??"

Comments by Wallace, who may become known as 'Prints Charming', crop up on a variety of Anne-Marie's pictures.

A screenshot of Anne-Marie Wallace's Instagram profile. Pic: Hannah Thompson (9886476)
A screenshot of Anne-Marie Wallace's Instagram profile. Pic: Hannah Thompson (9886476)

From scenic images of wisteria in full bloom, to a picture of French bulldogs asleep on the floor - Wallace remains steadfast in his spirited praise.

Later, Ms Thompson revealed further comments in which the celebrity urges his wife to place copies of the photos in his in-tray.

Social medias were split on the revelation - with some finding it hilarious, and others "bizarre".

"I think this is a very sweet thing to do and I want someone who will back me this much," wrote Ms Thompson. "Do not be mean! This is pure."

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