She previously branded rumours their marriage was on the rocks as 'b*******'.
And Fearne Cotton and her husband Jesse Wood appeared united as they attended Petersham Nurseries' 15th Anniversary in Richmond, London, on Wednesday.
The 37-year-old presenter looked typically stylish in a monochrome heart print dress, which featured a plunging neckline and button detailing down the front.
The TV personality teamed her dress with grey blazer and a pair of quirky metallic green ankle boots, giving her black and white ensemble a pop of vibrancy.
Fearne carried her essentials for the evening in a small bag bag which boasted a chunky gold chain strap and accessorised with a pendant necklace.
She wore her newly-bobbed locks in loose bouncy waves, while highlighting her natural Beauty with light touches of make-up in pink tones.
Jesse looked equally dashing, opting to sport a blue blazer with a horizontally-striped T-shirt with blue slim fitting jeans and trainers.
Fearne has previously spoken candidly about her marriage to Jesse, who she met in met in 2012 and married two years before coming parents to to Rex, six, and three-year-old Honey.
Earlier this year she joked that her husband's disorganised mess means she doesn't even want him 'anywhere near her' while she sleeps.
In an interview with Notebook she spoke out about her relationship with her husband-of-four years and how his messiness lead her to buy a large bed.
'My bedroom is my calm zone - where I try to escape the chaos. My bed is super-king size because I don't want my husband anywhere near me when I'm sleeping,' she admitted.
'Jesse is the opposite. He makes a cup of tea and leaves the cupboard doors open, tea bags on the side, milk still out two hours later, it literally drives me mental,' she says.
Love: In an interview with Notebook she spoke out about her relationship with her husband-of-four years and how his messiness lead her to buy a large bed
Pair: She said: 'My bedroom is my calm zone - where I try to escape the chaos. My bed is super-king size because I don't want my husband anywhere near me when I'm sleeping' (pictured June 2016)
'But I do his head in too, because he'll get clothes out to wear and