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Jacqui Ainsley knew Guy Ritchie would father her kids

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JACQUI Ainsley has known her husband Guy Ritchie would be the father of her children ever since their first date.

The 33-year-old model, who has Rafael, four, Rivka, two, and 16-month-old Levi with the filmmaker, instinctively knew the 47-year-old star would one day start a family with her after he won her over on their first date at his local pub.

Speaking to ES Magazine, she said: "I looked at him and thought, 'You're the father of my kids.' I had an absolute certainty that I've never had about anything before."

The blonde beauty - who was in a previous relationship with Darius Danesh for two years - was confident she'd found The One in Guy and was telling pals they'd one day wed.

The 'Man From U.N.C.L.E' director - whose famous pals include David Beckham and James Corden - tied the knot with Jacqui in a star-studded ceremony in July.

The loved-up couple decided to put their honeymoon on hold for a while, but it's now believed Guy - who has children David and Rocco with ex-wife Madonna - is planning to whisk his new wife away to the Maldives to stay in a luxury resort in celebration of their union.

A source said previously: "The Beckhams went to the Maldives at Christmas and couldn't say enough good things, so Guy has taken their advice."

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