And here we share the answer, but it might not be what you expect.
Are Kirstie and Phil a couple on Location, Location, Location?
They’ve worked together for 17 years, but fans are often left heartbroken to learn they have never had a romance.
The duo act has a sizzling chemistry on screen and fans of the show have relished watching their strong bond grow over the years.
The Location, Location, Location couple are so close that Phil refers to Kirstie as his “other wife” and say his kids are used to having a secondary figure around the house.
Despite their quick banter and heartwarming relationship, Phil has insisted there is nothing but a “natural, platonic relationship” between them.
And Kirstie has been keen to make clear that “he’s a really, really nice person”, and has said they were too much like brother and sister to ever be romantically involved.
She said: “We have the same things at heart but we are very different personalities.”
The pair met for a screen test for the show and found they had a natural connection, which has led them to becoming firm friends.
Who is Kirstie Allsop married to?
Kristie and her partner Ben Andersen have been together since 2004 and have two children together – Bay, nine, and Oscar, five – as well as two from his previous marriage.
On the consistent claims of hers and Phil’s romance, the mum-of-two said: “It doesn’t frustrate me, it just amazes me!
“It sounds awful but he is no more my type than I am his type.”
Who is Phil Spencer married to?
Meanwhile Phil, who calls Kirstie his “other wife” has sons Jake, 11, and Ben, eight, with his Australian wife Fiona, 47.
Despite the similarities in ages between the pair’s kids, Phil said they rarely mingle as two families.
On whether Fiona gets frustrated with Kirstie being mistaken for his wife, he said that the whole family is completely comfortable and fine with the on-screen marriage.
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