I can’t be the only one who remembers the great 80s star, Samantha Fox (57).

The British pop artist and glamor model excelled in the 80s with songs such as “Touch Me” and “Do Ya Do Ya”.

The first debut album Fox released as a 20-year-old was a great success and the single “Touch Me” went to the top of the charts in 17 countries in 1986.

18 years ago, in 2003, Samantha confirmed that she had found happiness with her then manager Myra Stratton. The couple had twelve years together before Myra died of cancer in 2015.

In 2016, the pop artist revealed that she had found happiness again after the loss of her beloved Myra.

Samantha got together with Norwegian Linda Olsen from Hvaler and the couple got engaged in February 2020.

Postponed the wedding three times

  • We are both completely crazy about each other. I don’t want to be with anyone else in my life, Samantha Fox told the British celebrity magazine OK a year ago.

The news that the duo were engaged came just before the world shut down as a result of the corona pandemic. The wedding has been postponed three times, Fox tells Se og Hør.

  • But it’s happening this year! she adds laughingly.

The 55-year-old keeps his cards close to his chest when it comes to the details of the wedding, but can tell one thing.

  • My dream wedding is romantic, and I will obviously be dressed in white, she says.

“Love my dear @Linda_Olsen so much, isn’t she beautiful, inside and out, can’t wait to marry you, soon”.

That’s what Samantha writes under the picture of herself and her partner Linda Olsen.

Participating in a Norwegian blockbuster
In April, the 80s icon will be seen on Norwegian cinema screens. She has a role in the latest version of “Lange Flate ballær 3”.

She is not the only icon to have a role in a famous film. It also has our dear princess Märtha Louise, who plays a trailer driver.

In connection with the premiere of the film, Samantha and her fiancee Linda Olsen appeared on the red carpet in Fredrikstad.

The couple usually lives in London and the wedding is planned to be held there.

  • I would really like to live in Norway, but no, maybe eventually have a small place here. We come here quite often because mum has a house in Hvaler, says Olsen to Se og Hør.

Happy big day, Samantha and Linda!

We’re keeping our fingers crossed that you don’t have to delay once more.