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Vogue Williams has opened up about her divorce from popstar Brian McFadden, admitting that it was ‘really easy’.
The Irish TV presenter, 35, tied the knot with the former the Westlife star in 2012 before they eventually decided to call time on their marriage just three years later.
During the latest episode of her podcast, My Therapist Ghosted Me, Vogue discussed her divorce from Brian with her co-host Joanne McNally.
The star, who is now married to Made In Chelsea star Spencer Matthews, admitted that she ‘just moved on’ following her split from Brian.
“To be honest I think you should just move on, everyone just leave with their own stuff, get divorced quickly and be done with it, because it's the most annoying thing,” Vogue shared.
Vogue Williams has opened up about her divorce from popstar Brian McFadden, admitting that it was ‘really easy’
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“I’m just glad I got Winnie in the end,” she joked, referring to the dog she once shared with Brian.
Vogue went on: “With my divorce, we just went our separate ways and did our own thing and took our own stuff that we went in with.”
“So, it was a really easy divorce, but they’re not all like that. It depends on who you’re dealing with.”
Although she managed to put her past behind her incredibly quickly, Vogue previously revealed that she suffered with severe anxiety following the breakdown of her marriage with Brian.
Vogue admitted that she ‘just moved on’ following her split from Brian
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The mum-of-two, who shares Theodore, 3, and Gigi, 1, with husband Spencer, has been working on her mental health ever since.
Speaking to The Times newspaper , the blonde beauty revealed that after the split, she was riddled with anxiety.
"That was probably the worst my anxiety has ever been. And since then, I've never had it as bad,” she admitted.
“Since then, it's been a work-in-progress because I started to see a therapist and I became very mindful of my training, of the way I was eating.
The blonde beauty revealed that after the split, she was riddled with anxiety
"Everything shifted after I was more careful of myself. You don't realise how fragile you can be until you've gone through something like that — but now I don't get it so much because I live with Spenny."
Announcing the break up at the time, Vogue took to Twitter to share the sad news.
She penned: "It is with sadness that Brian and I have made the tough decision to go our separate ways. We will always care greatly about each other, remain friends and we wish each other all the very best for the future.
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"We have nothing else to say on the subject and we would like to thank our friends and family for their support during this difficult period. Vogue x"
After their split, Vogue soon met her match in Made In Chelsea star Spencer.
Meanwhile, Brian found love with Danielle Parkinson and the pair recently welcomed their first child together.