Sam Faiers hints at tension with Paul as she bares a lot of boob at NHS Heroes

Sam Faiers has hinted Paul Knightley got very hot under the collar during filming of The Mummy Diaries.

The mum-of-two spoke exclusively to Mirror Online as she arrived at The NHS Heroes Awards, brought to you by ITV and the Mirror, on Monday evening.

Wearing a cleavage baring black glittery gown, Sam looked sensational as she took a moment reveal all about that fake proposal and even dragged partner Paul in for a chat.

Speaking about wrapping up filming she said: It was kinda a relief because you let them into your family life everyday and it’s quite a big thing but we look back on it now and we made so many good memories, we’ve got it all on video. It’s not scripted at all, it’s completely fly on the wall. You’re getting up, making breakfast and there’s two other people in the room with you, not so much for me but definitely for paul [it was weird]

Paul added: "It’s a relief to get them out the way."

Talking about their engagement stunt, Paul admitted he knew it was coming – but didn’t find it all that funny.

Ex TOWIE star Sam also discussed marriage, saying despite her jokey stunt in Dubai – a wedding was definately on the cards.

"Yeah 100% we want to get married we talk about it all the time, but hen the time’s right.

The NHS Heroes Awards, brought to you by ITV and the Mirror, mark the 70th birthday of the institution which has saved so many lives.

To make it a really royal occasion for the winners Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will present a special award.

The amazing winners will collect their awards from an array of stars, led by host Paul O’Grady, who are all eager to celebrate their extraordinary dedication, skill and often life-changing work.

Winners drawn from the full range of frontline NHS services across the UK include an inspirational surgeon who saves the lives of knife and gun victims on a daily basis – and saved the first ­stabbing victim of the London Bridge terror attack.

There is also a 70-year-old midwife who has been delivering babies in remote and extreme conditions for 50 years, and a pair of doctors who pioneered a non-beating heart ­transplant procedure that has helped save many lives.

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