Heartbroken Vinnie Jones was tearful as he revealed one of the most special moments with his late wife Tanya on Piers Morgan's Life Stories last night.
The former footballer repeatedly broke down while talking about his late wife who passed away in July last year after battling cancer.
Piers asked Vinnie if he would ever consider re-marrying after Tanya's death, and Vinnie replied: ""I think that's an impossible question to answer but if you asked me if I would get married again that would be an impossibility, she wouldn't want that.
"There won't be another marriage Piers I can tell you that.
"It was the perfect one and done for me."
He also admitted to Piers one of the most special moments was when she told him she would be 'happy to live in a caravan with him' when he feared he might have to sell his house.
The Hollywood hardman told how he was forced to rent his house out in Tring, Hertfordshire after he was convicted of air rage in 2002 and got into financial difficulties.
Vinnie said: "We built a big house in Tring and the air rage thing happened and everything dried up and I had to do something quick not to lose house so I rented it.
"And she came in one night and said 'you know I’d live in a caravan with you so I don’t know what you are worried about', that might of been one of the most special moments Piers because she meant it, she meant it."
Vinnie and Tanya had been together since they were 12 years old.
She was diagnosed with skin cancer in 2013, and in 2015, a tumour was found in her ribs as well as shadows in her lungs.
On Christmas Eve 2018 the family found out that the cancer had spread to Tanya’s brain.
Last year, aged 53, Tanya lost her six-year battle with cancer, passing away at home in Los Angeles surrounded by her loved ones.
Vinnie spoke through the tears about Tanya, telling Piers: ‘Everybody that met her loved her so much.’
During the interview, Piers asked Vinnie what he misses most about his late partner.
"Just the trampoline of being there for me," he replied.
He continued: "Yeah, I’d let her down so many times, but she’d catch me. And it was so much, many times, I said to her once, ‘It was like catching a falling star.’ She never once, Piers, would not put her arms out and catch me, every time."
He explained that during the early stages of their his relationship, when asked Tanya what he wanted, he asked to simply be loved "unconditionally".
"I said, 'Just love me unconditionally,' and that was her promise," he stated.