Tuesday 20 March 2018

Charlotte Crosby becomes emotional on TV3's Ireland AM as she discusses 'hard times' with boyfriend Stephen Bear and support from fans

Aoife Kelly

Aoife Kelly

Geordie Shore star Charlotte Crosby broke down while speaking about her private life on TV3's Ireland AM.

The reality star was appearing on the show on Wednesday morning to promote the launch of her first make up range.

She also spoke about her rocky relationship with boyfriend Stephen Bear and the support she has received from fans.

"I’ll be honest with you, I get so overwhelmed by all of the support," she told hosts Sinead Desmond and Alan Hughes before she became emotional.

Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear.
Charlotte Crosby and Stephen Bear.

"I get so much support. Forgive me, this is a bit emotional. It’s just so amazing, I’ve got so many nice messages over the last few days. 

Desmond than revealed that Charlotte's ex boyfriend and fellow Geordie Shore star Gary Beadle had recently announced his new girlfriend was pregnant.

"Not only that, but me and Stephen have had some hard times lately as well. I’m just can't even describe... I'm just so grateful for all the support,” said Charlotte through tears.

Charlotte suffered an ectopic pregnancy last year during her on/off relationship with Gary and the experience prompted her to leave MTV's Geordie Shore.

Gary and Charlotte talk on Geordie Shore
Gary and Charlotte talk on Geordie Shore

“That was the main reason that I had to step away from that situation," she said.

Even though I loved it, I still miss it to this day. I still speak to everyone. All the girls are my best friends. I see them nearly every week.”

When asked if she still speaks with Gary or any of the guys from the show she said, “Oh no, the boys I hardly ever speak to. Apart from Aaron. Aaron and I were texting yesterday. ‘Scotty T doesn’t even bother speaking to us, I'm gutted, I'm gutted, he’s just shunned us.”

However, she said she would return for a reunion show.

“Obviously if there was ever a reunion show, I would pop my head in, because it’s my family," she added.

"I’m never going to ever turn my back on it. I would never say a bad word about it, it’s amazing.”

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