Denise van Outen and Eddie Boxshall’s divorce: the wedding U-turn and cheating allegations

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Denise van Outen and Eddie Boxshall’s divorce: a wedding U-turn and cheating allegations

Denise Van Outen and Eddie Boxshall, stars of Gogglebox, have split after reports of his infidelity, and he chose to post a cryptic message about the situation.

Eddie Boxshall, Denise Van Outen’s ex-fianc√©, has spoken out about their breakup after it was revealed that Denise had left him.

According to The Sun, Denise ended their relationship after discovering he was having phone sex with women and taking them out on dates.

Denise’s first relationship after her divorce from Lee Mead was with Eddie, and the two appeared to be in love.

Denise has also been linked to Jay Kay of Jamiroquai.

Eddie hasn’t publicly addressed the allegations, but he did post a cryptic message on Instagram.

“When everything is uncertain, everything that is important becomes clear,” read the mysterious message written in black marker pen on a mirror.

Eddie captioned the photo, “Health and love.” It’s unclear whether he wrote it himself or reposted someone else’s photo.

The couple rose to fame after appearing on Celebrity Gogglebox and quickly became a fan favorite.

They appeared to be the ideal couple, frequently cracking jokes and exchanging romantic gestures, so many of the couple’s fans were surprised when they announced their split.

Denise has courageously spoken out on the subject.

She broke her silence by posting a black-and-white photo of herself on the beach with her dogs.

“There has been much speculation regarding my relationship with Eddie over the past couple of months,” the tearful caption read.

“It is with great sadness that I confirm that we are no longer a couple.

I was forced to make the difficult decision to end our relationship.

I’ll always remember the good times we had together and the memories we created.”

“We ask that you please respect our privacy at this time, especially for our children,” she concluded the post.

Denise admitted just days before their split that they hadn’t “really been focusing on organising a wedding because we’ve been trying to get the house finished and get final things done, like a new patio,” and that they hadn’t “really been focusing on organising a wedding because we’ve been trying to get the house finished and get final things done, like a new patio.”

After all, you can’t plan for anything right now, so there’s no need to rush.”

“Young people plan weddings because they want to get married and start a family, but that’s not going to happen,” she continued.

It isn’t.

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