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GMB’s Ranvir Singh confirms she’s split from husband just weeks before Strictly Come Dancing debut

RANVIR Singh has confirmed she’s split from her husband just weeks before making her Strictly Come Dancing debut.

The 43-year-old shares an eight-year-old son called Tushaan with her ex Ranjeet Singh Dehal.

Ranvir – who works as a presenter on Good Morning Britain – kept shtum about the split at the time.

But she’s recently talked about life as a single mum to Tushaan as she juggles presenting the news with learning the cha cha cha.

“It’s hard work being a working single parent,” she told Woman and Home magazine.

“I struggle with an enormous amount of guilt with my son and not being there when he goes to school.

“We’re very attached to one another because it’s just me and him.

“I do get quite tearful sometimes and I worry he’s going to hate me when he grows up because I was never there.

“I’m hoping in a few years when he goes to secondary school I’ll be able to make more selective decisions about work, so I can be there for him more.”

Ranvir says she’s not ready to discuss the reasons behind her marriage ending.

But she has revealed finding “something that needed addressing” while looking through her husband’s phone.

“I keep my private life private, mainly to protect Tushaan,” said Ranvir.

“It’s important that he learns things about my decisions from me and not from mums talking at the school gates.

“I think it comes down to how you feel about your own story.”In the future, I might feel comfortable talking about more personal things because my experiences could help other people – but I’m not ready yet.

“I’m not ruling it out, but for me there would have to be a wider purpose for discussing it.” 

Back in April 2019, Ranvir hinted she had split with Ranjeet during a debated about checking your partner’s phone.

She said: “I have looked at it, once.

Ben quizzed her: “Is that why you are no longer together?”

Ranvir pulled a face, before adding: “I can’t answer that question but I have always thought that if you ever feel you need to do that then the relationship is over because you obviously don’t trust that person.

“Should we end that conversation there?”

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