Mixed loyalties for Gavin and Stacey star Joanna Page and husband James Thornton
AS most of us are already gearing up for the Swans' second visit to Wembley in just two years, there will be no question of divided loyalty.
But for Gavin and Stacey star Joanna Page and hubsand James Thornton, marital bliss will be put on hold — for 90 minutes at least anyway — when the club take on League Two Bradford City in the League Cup Final.
James is a fan of the Yorkshire club and was cheering on the Swans on Wednesday evening to ensure both he and Joanna had an interest in the final next month.
And by the sounds of things, the couple — who are expecting a baby later this year — are already trying to work out where they will be for the big match.
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Before kick-off James wrote on Twitter: "Good luck Swansea! Let's have a Bradford v Swansea final. #theswans."
And then at full-time: "Brilliant result! Me and @jopage_ are made up here! Swansea v Bradford final!!!! Where are we gonna sit?"
Joanna, originally from Mumbles, also took to the social networking site during the match to show her support — and like all members of the Jack Army went through the full range of emotions.
She wrote: "Come on #Swansea!!!"
After the sending off of Chelsea star Eden Hazard for kicking a ball boy late in the game, the actress could not wait for full time.
She wrote: "Oh my god, this is a long six minutes #Swansea."
And then when the final whistle blew and the Swans had reached their first ever major final Joanna celebrated like everyone else connected with the club.
She wrote: "My god oh my god oh my god!!!!! SWANSEA!!!!!!!
"We're in the final!!!!! Against Bradford!!!!!!! YES!!!!!!!!!"
The star was also full of praise for either the fabulous Liberty Stadium crowd who braved the snowy conditions to see the club reach the League Cup Final, and/or possibly ball boy Charlie Morgan, who was involved in the infamous incident with Chelsea striker Eden Hazard.
She added: "Thank you to our 12th player by the way!"