Saturday 25 February 2017

Vogue Williams: ‘Ex shaming is a bad idea... What if this ex comes back into your life?’

Patricia Murphy

Patricia Murphy

Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden spent the night partying together at the Specsavers Spectacle Wearer of the Year event in London
Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden spent the night partying together at the Specsavers Spectacle Wearer of the Year event in London
Vogue Williams
Brian McFadden and Vogue Williams
Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden in 2012

Vogue Williams has revealed that it’s best not to air relationship troubles in public as it could come back to bite you.

The model admitted that she is against ‘ex-shaming’ and believes that the reasons behind a break up should stay between exes and not divulged to the public.

“I wouldn’t publicly shame someone because as much as I would have to say, I’m sure my ex would have just as much to divulge,” Vogue wrote in her weekly column for The Sunday World.

“You can tell your friends how bad the relationship was an make yourself sound fantastic – which is most probably not the whole truth – but what happens if that ex comes back into your life?

Vogue Williams
Vogue Williams

“They will all hate him for what you’ve told them and it will be difficult to have him around them,” she said.

Vogue and her husband Brian McFadden split earlier this year but the pair continue to be friends and are committed to remaining amicable.

Sources close to the couple have said the pair is leaning towards a reconciliation.

“Officially, both are saying they’re still not together," an insider told the Irish Daily Mirror.

“But it’s plain to see there’s still chemistry there and their old feelings for one another haven’t gone away.

"Obviously, they have problems. But it’s almost like the split has brought them closer together. It probably helps that they’re still living under the same roof.”

Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden
Vogue Williams and Brian McFadden

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