Vogue Williams jets to Iceland with newly single artist ex Maser
Published 19/11/2016 | 13:18
Vogue Williams clearly likes to stay close to her exes.
The tv presenter (31) jetted to Iceland with her ex-boyfriend Maser, who recently split with model girlfriend Thalia Heffernan.
The pair dated for five years before breaking up in 2011 and she went on to marry singer Brian McFadden in 2012 after a whirlwind relationship.
They have remained firm friends since their split and both have been documenting their trip on Instagram.
"Out for the day with @icelandtravel this place is so incredible... next up, SNOWMOBILING," she captioned a picture of them in the snow. They're joined by other friends for the holiday.
McFadden went public with his romance with PE teacher Danielle Parkinson earlier this month and his ex-wife gave her seal of approval.
“I heard that he was seeing someone and I’m genuinely delighted for him, I really am. We’re still on really good terms and I wish him all the best,” she said.
Vogue and Brian stayed famously close after announcing their plans to divorce and even remained living together for several months afterwards.
The former Westlife singer said they no longer speak, but the rising RTE star said they still keep in touch.
In recent months, she said she would not be drawn into speaking about her ex-husband, saying it's "not fair" that their relationship has "overshadowed" her career.
"I work so hard every day and then it’s sort of overshadowed by a relationship that I’m not even in any more," she told Irish Tatler in June.
"It’s not fair on anyone."
Last month, she wrote in her Sunday World column that the scrutiny following their split was tough to deal with.
"I know when I went through a very public break-up that having people I didn't know discuss it was one of the worst parts," she said.
"I was obviously very upset and when a marriage breaks down, there's a feeling of complete failure too. I couldn't help but read what people were saying and with so many tweets directed at me, it was impossible not to see it.
"I literally wanted to hide away, but even that was hard with photographers following me trying to get the first photo."