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Vogue Williams says her 'perception of marriage' hasn't changed after Brian McFadden split

Elaine McCahill

Published 12/08/2015 | 07:30

Vogue Williams looked racey at the launch party for Cannonball 2015 in aid of the Make A Wish Foundation which was held at the trendy 37 Cafe Bar in Dawson Street. Picture: Brian McEvoy
Vogue Williams looked racey at the launch party for Cannonball 2015 in aid of the Make A Wish Foundation which was held at the trendy 37 Cafe Bar in Dawson Street. Picture: Brian McEvoy
Vogue Williams at Longitude festival
Brian McFadden, Vogue Williams McFadden in 2013

She’s going through the most amicable celebrity split in showbiz history, so it comes as no surprise to hear that Vogue Williams won’t be hitting the dating scene anytime soon.

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Vogue and her husband Brian McFadden announced their split over a month ago via Twitter – the way you do. Now the leggy blonde is enjoying “concentrating on herself” while living under the same roof as her ex. 

“I’m happy to be on my own for now,” she said. “Focusing on work and spending time with friends and family. It’s nice to concentrate on myself,” the TV starlet told OK Magazine.

“I definitely want to have kids, and I’m sure I will at some point in my life, just not right now.”

Vogue Williams at Longitude festival
Vogue Williams at Longitude festival

Read more: What's going on with Brian and Vogue? Their bizarre post split behaviour

Earlier this week, Vogue informed her Twitter followers that she and Brian would be sharing joint custody of their dog, Winston.

The 29-year-old model also said she and the former Westlife singer will be "friends for life" in spite of their marriage breakdown.

''I think that if we can get a friendship out of it, then that's good. We'll definitely [stay friends for life]," she told Star Magazine.

Brian McFadden, Vogue Williams McFadden in 2013
Brian McFadden, Vogue Williams McFadden in 2013

''It's quite a sad time at the moment but I'm doing okay. I'm not too bad.

''I'm keeping busy and hanging out with friends and family. I try and stay focused on my work and my training, and all the good things. I'm lucky that I have really lovely friends.''

 ''I don't really think ahead that far, I'll just take each day as it comes. It's not changed my perception of marriage.''

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