Martin Lewis exclaims with relief, ‘Reported home!’ as his wife Lara gives an update on their trip to Las Vegas.

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Martin Lewis exclaims with relief, “Reported home!” as his wife Lara updates them on their trip to Las Vegas.

MARTIN LEWIS joked on social media that he was relieved that his wife Lara Lewington would be sharing regular updates after her work trip to Las Vegas.

Martin Lewis, a money saving expert, took to Twitter to express his relief at hearing from his wife Lara Lewington, who is currently in Las Vegas for work.

The financial journalist made fun of his 13-year-old wife, saying that her antics in the Entertainment Capital of the World had thankfully “been reported home.”

In Vegas, anything can happen.

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Given his one million Twitter followers, the financial expert jokingly expressed his relief at learning of his wife’s antics in Sin City.

“What happens in Vegas…,” Martin wrote.

“Thank goodness, everyone has returned home.”

Upon arriving in the desert, the star of Martin’s Money Week retweeted a tweet from his wife Lara.

Given his one million Twitter followers, the financial expert expressed relief at learning of his wife’s activities in Sin City.

“What happens in Vegas…,” Martin wrote on his blog.

“Thank goodness, everyone has returned home.”

Upon landing in the desert, the star of Martin’s Money Week retweeted a post his wife Lara had shared.

Lara announced to her 48,000 Twitter followers that she would be hosting the BBC’s Click show’s coverage of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

Today is the first day of the conference, which will last until Saturday, August 8th.

The tech reporter expressed her gratitude for the opportunity to cover the conference by posting a photo of herself sitting on the City of Las Vegas sign.

“It’s almost hard to believe, but I made it to Vegas to bring you this week’s @BBCClick from CES,” Lara wrote.

Fans of the TV power couple commented on Lara’s post, expressing their excitement for the weekend segment.

“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas,” Dennis Burge wrote.

In the midst of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Fawad Raza pleaded with the BBC journalist to stay safe.

“Please stay safe and maintain social distance,” they said.

“You and @spenley are two of @BBCClick’s most talented presenters.”

Michael Kyriakides made a joking remark about the star’s sitting position.

“I would normally advise you to look after your chips, but based on the way you are sitting, I can see you are already doing so!” they wrote.

“Looks like you’re making your own tea tonight Martin,” Twitter user Bryan joked, implying that the Money Saving Expert would be dining alone this evening.

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