LadBaby’s wife ‘living her best life’ as he’s accused of ‘touching woman’s bum’

Ladbaby's wife Roxanne Hoyle has sent a strong message to fans wearing a jumper saying “living my best life” as she ignores her husband’s alleged scandal.

Roxanne, 37, who is married to social media star LadBaby, real name Mark Ian Hoyle, took to social media to promote her new It’s A Mum’s Life clothing range with InTheStyle.

She is seen posing in comfy clothes including jackets and jumpers on to her 1.3million Instagram followers as she shoots a smile to the camera.

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The mum-of-two shared: "The team and I have been working on this range for a while and hopefully you’ll agree it’s got the very best mum-must-haves as we head into Autumn!"

The happy-go-lucky post follows a leaked 18-second clip that shows her husband allegedly touching another woman’s bum after reportedly rubbing up against her sexually in a club.

In the video the woman dances between the man's legs as he sits on a stool strokes her thighs before she walks away.

The woman in the short clip, which has since been deleted from TikTok for 'violating its content terms', did not appear to be Roxanne.

Despite being removed the clip has been circulated online hundreds of times.

It is not clear when the video was recorded although Mark can be seen wearing a wedding ring.

Mark married Roxanne in Las Vegas in 2015 and was later able to give up his job as a graphic designer to become a full-time influencer when his videos gained traction online.

LadBaby has 5.6million followers on Facebook thanks to his funny videos which frequently involve his wife and children.

He has also scored the Christmas No1 for the past four years with sausage roll-themed charity singles, including last year’s Sausage Rolls For Everyone with Sir Elton John and Ed Sheeran.

Mark was also tipped to appear on this year’s series of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here.

However, following the video, fans are convinced that the couple will make a pass on a Christmas song this year.

Writing on Twitter, one said: "There might be hope for a non LadBaby Christmas number one this year then."

Another chimed in alongside a GIF of a group of football fans celebrating: "The music industry and the public after LadBaby stop putting awful covers to get a Christmas number one."

"Pleased to see the 'wholesome' British story of annoying Christmas song purveyor LadBaby come to its conclusion," another concluded."

Daily Star has contacted LadBaby for comment.

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