I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! star Beverley Callard has a secret tattoo tribute to her husband Jon McEwan.
The Coronation Street actress, 63, has been married to her hubby since 2010.
Prior to Jon, the star was married to Steve Callard from 1989 until 2001, David Sowden from 1980 until 1988 and Paul Atkinson from 1974 until 1977.
She has described fourth husband Jon as her “rock, soulmate and best friend”.
“[He is] completely and utterly the love of my life,” Beverley claimed.
The Corrie star even has a secret tattoo of tragedy and comedy masks with a large heart containing hers and husband Jon’s names inked on her skin.
Bev told OK! magazine how she thought she’d lost her husband in 2016, after he collapsed at the supermarket.
She said: “Jon’s my rock. I see him as indestructible so when I was told he had collapsed, I just went numb. He is never ill. What happened came completely out of the blue.
“I was on my way to A&E with my stepson Jonathan and I was begging, please God no, this cannot be.
“I was incredibly frightened because I didn’t know what I’d do if something happened to him. He’s my soulmate and my best friend. He’s completely and utterly the love of my life.”
Beverley previously revealed how her husband saved her from suicide bids and electro shock therapy when she spent two months in the Priory in February 2009 after being overwhelmed by mental health issues.
She was heartbroken by her late mother’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis which was coupled with stress of debts of £150,000 from her failed pub business with partner Jon McEwan.
“We had bailiffs banging at the door so we were both working exhausting hours and feeling stressed about not being able to pay people,” she told The Mirror in 2010.
“I was juggling 70-hour working weeks on the Street and Jon was doing all the building work he could.
“And if we weren’t doing that, we were slogging away in the pub or I was visiting mum.”
Her doctor said the medication she was on would “literally put a horse to sleep” and described her as one of the most ill people he had ever seen.
In a desperate bid to feel better, Bev underwent 12 bouts of terrifying electric shock therapy that left her lying in a foetal position – unable to walk, wash, speak or even cry.
But her then-fiancé and now husband Jon never left her bedside.
And it was there, in the stark white room of the mental health hospital, where he foiled her two suicide attempts.
She told The Mirror at the time: “It wasn’t just the fact that Jon rumbled me to the nurses that saved me from ending it all.
“It was much more than that. He stood by me, through everything. He never gave up on me, never gave up trying to understand my torment.
“Even though after visiting me he’d go to his car and cry his heart out. Even though he’d see me curled into a ball with matted hair, unable to speak or move and no one was sure if I’d get better.
“By being there, by staying right by my side, he proved he loved me no matter what.
“He proved I had lots to live for, that I could be happy again – even when the future looked black.”
A year after that dark chapter, Beverley went public with their engagement and credited the dad-of-three with saving her life.