Vogue Williams reveals she would not rule out getting back with ex-hubby Brian McFadden
Vogue Williams has revealed she would not rule out getting back with her ex-husband Brian McFadden.
The couple split amicably six months ago after three years of marriage and have remained firm friends ever since, regularly appearing out and about together.
They both attended Specsavers Spectacle Wearer of the Year Awards in London and Brian attended Vogue's birthday bash last month. He also often takes many of the Instagram photos the model and TV presenter posts every day.
Speaking to the Sunday Independent Life magazine, Vogue (30) said, "You never know what is going to happen.
"Right now, I am moving forward. I am moving out of my house,a nd that is where I am now. I wouldn't rule it out totally but it's not on the cards right now."
She said she has no regrets about marrying the former Westlife star at the age of 26.
"I don't think it is a good thing to have regrets, because then you will just wallow," she explained.
"It is better to move forward. But if I could go back, I would do it all over again, because at the time it really felt right. I have had many happy years with Brian. I will never regret marrying him."
Asked about how their friendship will fare if they each meet new partners, Vogue laughed, "Well, that is the one thing. I'm still friends with all my exes but we will cross that bridge when we come to it."
The practicalities of splitting up have been easier for Vogue and Brian as she revealed they did not share their money through their relationship.
"It wasnt for the lack of trying on Brian's part," she revealed. "He was very generous. He couldn't understand why. He would call it 'our' money and I would call it 'my' money."
Vogue explained that she didn't want to feel like she was "scrounging off him" as he earned more money than her at the time, and she likes to have her own money and the independence that brings.
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