Jacqui Ainsley knew Guy Ritchie would father her kids

BANG Showbiz

JACQUI Ainsley has known her husband Guy Ritchie would be the father of her children ever since their first date.

The 33-year-old model, who has Rafael, four, Rivka, two, and 16-month-old Levi with the filmmaker, instinctively knew the 47-year-old star would one day start a family with her after he won her over on their first date at his local pub.

Speaking to ES Magazine, she said: "I looked at him and thought, 'You're the father of my kids.' I had an absolute certainty that I've never had about anything before."

The blonde beauty - who was in a previous relationship with Darius Danesh for two years - was confident she'd found The One in Guy and was telling pals they'd one day wed.

The 'Man From U.N.C.L.E' director - whose famous pals include David Beckham and James Corden - tied the knot with Jacqui in a star-studded ceremony in July.

The loved-up couple decided to put their honeymoon on hold for a while, but it's now believed Guy - who has children David and Rocco with ex-wife Madonna - is planning to whisk his new wife away to the Maldives to stay in a luxury resort in celebration of their union.

A source said previously: "The Beckhams went to the Maldives at Christmas and couldn't say enough good things, so Guy has taken their advice."

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