Police called to Lisa Maxwell's home
Police were called to diffuse a row between Lisa Maxwell and her neighbours, who are angered by the disruption her wedding preparations are causing
Police were called to diffuse a row between Lisa Maxwell and her neighbours.
The 'Loose Women' presenter is set to marry long-term partner Paul Jessup this weekend at a church near her Cotswalds home, but local residents are reportedly furious with the disruptions her preparations are causing.
Kate Hamilton, who lives nearby in Edge, Gloucestershire, said: "I called the police because our drive was blocked again. Last Friday I counted 17 vehicles out here."
Another neighbour, Graham Lilley, added to the Daily Mirror newspaper: "The noise of diggers has been constant. It's caused mayhem."
When asked to comment on the row, Paul said his fiancee wasn't home and he "didn't have any" to make.
Lisa and Paul - who have 14-year-old daughter Beau together - got engaged two years ago after 15 years together.
And the former 'Bill' actress was the one who proposed after taking advantage of leap year traditions, when women propose on February 29.
She previously revealed: "It's something we've talked about, but we haven't really had a proposal. And I thought I'd say to him, once and for all, 'Will you marry me?' And he said, 'Of course I will Nobby!'
"Unfortunately I wanted to try and get a picture of the moment I proposed, but I was in my jimjams and we were in bed. Well I wasn't even in my jimjams!
"I love him, I want to spend the rest of my life with him. If you're watching sweetheart - you mean the world to me and I'm so happy. I didn't realise I would be, but there you go."