'Don't sweat the small stuff' - Vogue Williams publishes new sentimental blog post, but fails to mention split from Brian McFadden
In the wake of the revelation that she will split from her husband of almost three years, Vogue Williams has penned a sentimental post to her late father.
The model and DJ uploaded a poignant post on her personal blog, mynameisvogue.com today.
The bubbly star did not mention the news that she is due to split from her former boyband member husband, Brian McFadden.
Instead, the article was centred around her late father and a recent charity event she attended in his honour.
Howth native Vogue wrote an account of the Life After Stroke Awards.
"The Stroke Association is very close to my heart as my Dad died as a result of a stroke and whenever I can help the charity out I jump at the chance," the beauty stated.
At the event held in London, she was tasked with presenting an award to young stroke survivor Annabele Jones.
"It was really sad to watch all of the stories and see how stroke has changed peoples lives so it was great to celebrate all of them for their achievments.(sic)," Vogue wrote.
The former Fade Street star also shared images of the dress and accessories she wore to the event.
Also included in the brief blog post was an insight into Vogue's daily eating habits as she shared her "new favourite meal".
The fitness enthusiast wrote,
"During the week I always try to eat healthily, I try to never have carbs after lunch. I wouldn’t be that into salads but I started making this one and I love it. I get loads of leaves and whatever veg I want, then I wrap smoked salmon in goats cheese, sprinkle lots of seeds and use olive oil and balsamic vinegar as a dressing. It’s so easy and healthy and I’ll probably be sick of it in two weeks because I can’t stop eating it."
Last night, Vogue and Brian both announced separately that their marriage was over.
"It is with sadness that Brian and I have made the tough decision to go our separate ways," she shared.
"We will always care greatly about each other, remain friends and we wish each other all the very best for the future.
"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."