Anthea Turner intimidates and cuddles David Yarrow

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Anthea Turner cuddles the ex of Liz Hurley on a date night as she vows to fight the court battle against Grant Bovey’s estate. She is currently facing a £1.6 million lawsuit, but her legal woes looked far from her mind as she smiled in the arms of Elizabeth Hurley’s ex-boyfriend David Yarrow.

The 56 year old blonde presenter was been spotted strolling through London with the 50-year-old photographer last week. In other hand, Anthea along with David have reportedly headed for a nightcap after enjoying a date at Ivy Chelsea Garden.

The date night comes just weeks after her legal team vowed that she was prepared to fight with tooth and claws against her ex-husband Grant Bovey’s estate. It was also reported as well that the pair struck up a friendship in November, Yarrow reportedly dated The Royals actress Liz for six months in 2014.

Anthea has been on the hunt for love after her split form Bovey and even starting to make an appearance on the celebrity version of First Dates. She said on the show that she will protect her heart but he will never going to get into another relationship as much as possible.

Legal papers were filed against Anthea by her former husband’s creditor just last month as the trustee of her former husband’s bankrupt estate sues for her £1.6 million and the TV personality is facing court action over the sale of the former marital home she shared with Grant Bovey whom she divorced last year after he had an affair.

It is understood the 57-acre property in Surrey called Barbins Grange was sold in 2009 for £10 million after the collapse of Mr Bovey’s buy-to-let property business during the financial crisis. The Daily Mail reports that Turner received more than £3 million instead of an equal split of proceeds which she used to buy a new home in her name while her then husband got just over £400,000.

Court papers lodged at Guildford County Court and seen by the Mail that states the basis of the legal claim is that the majority of the proceeds were kept out of reach of the lenders who were owed millions by Mr Bovey. Details of the legal action that is being funded by litigation funding group Manolete Partners show that Chris Farrington who is the trustee of Mr Bovey’s bankrupt estate and a partner at Deloitte is asking the court to force Turner to repay £1.6 million.

Turner’s lawyer Mike Stubbs of Mischon De Reya told the Press Association that the Surrey estate is one she bought and owned before she married Mr Bovey and that the claim will be fiercely defended.

He said that the action is being brought six years into the bankruptcy literally three days before limitation expires and is based on information which the trustee has had since the beginning. He added that it won’t be successful if they had a case they would have brought it five years ago. What they are trying to do is to put pressure on his client so she pays something to make them go away and this will be fiercely defended as Anthea will fight back with her teeth and claws but with elegance as always.