Chloe Madeley's fiance James Haskell is shelling out £100k to get Craig David to perform at their wedding

James, 33, said he's prepared to part with at least £100,000 to get the Bo' Selecta! hitmaker up onstage when he and Richard and Judy's daughter tie the knot.

He told the Daily Star: “I am like a groomzilla. I have started booking Craig David to perform.

“He costs over £100k, so it will be an extravagant occasion.”

The England ace – who is believed to earn somewhere in the region of £250,000 a year with his club side Wasps – got down on one knee and proposed to Chloe during a romantic break in Paris.

Chloe recently revealed the couple, who started dating in 2014,  have huge sex drives and there isn't a day that goes by where they don't have a steamy romp.

She told Fabulous Magazine: "I'm a really sexual person, and if I had a partner who didn't want to have a very sexual relationship then that would be a problem for me.

"I'd struggle in terms of feeling satisfied and loved.

"So thank God it is massive for James.

"One of the reasons we stuck together in the early days before we were totally committed was because we were very compatible.

"Our sex life is continually changing as our relationship grows, so it stays interesting.

"It's so different this year to what it was last year, and last year it was different to the first year.

"We have sex every night. That's normal for us."

Chloe, 30, also revealed that James asked for her "romantic" dad Richard's permission before he finally popped the question.

She said: "I was there when he said it but couldn't see mum launch into a dance of joy on the sofa behind me.

"It meant the world to dad that James made him part of the proposal.

"We're very close. I'm a typical daddy's girl and he was so touched when he heard James' lovely words about me that he welled up.

"Dad's very romantic and sentimental and not afraid to show it."

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