Gayle was married to ex-professional footballer and football pundit Mark Bright for 10 years, and had one son, Isaiah, with him. On 24 February 2007, it was announced that the couple were to split in an apparently amicable separation. They officially divorced on 18 April 2008. Gayle is godmother to the daughter of the actress Jacqui Gordon-Lawrence, who played her on-screen mother, Etta Tavernier, in EastEnders. Gayle is a teetotaller and doesn't eat meat. Gayle is to remarry in "summer 2011". On the 4th August 2011 it was announced on The Wright Stuff, C5 that she is 6½ months pregnant. On Twitter, she announced the birth of her son, Luke, on November 2, 2011.
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