Denise Van Outen has revealed she’s ‘ready’ for romance again following her devastating split from Eddie Boxshall earlier this year
Denise Van Outen has revealed she’s ‘ready’ for romance following her devastating split from Eddie Boxshall in January.
The pair became an item over the course of eight years until Denise, 49, called it discontinued after finding evidence of fraud on his phone and he admitted to sending 20 texts sexual text behind her back.
In an excerpt from her new book, ‘A Bit of Me: From Basildon to Broadway,’ Denise further elaborates on the alleged act of infidelity: “Her name is Tracy and she seems to be. talked to Eddie over FaceTime and texted for a long time – usually from our house and sometimes from my apartment in Hampstead, which she seemed to think was his.”
While the multi-talented star is in no hurry to find new love, she still looks forward to seeing her friends again as a single and seeing where life takes her.
“I feel ready right now,” she revealed in an interview with Sun. “I feel like I’m coming to the other side and I wouldn’t rule it out. I’m just taking my time and then we’ll see. I don’t put any pressure on myself.
“What’s really great is that when you’re single, you reconnect with all your friends, you hang out more, and I got a proper laugh.
“I also have a lot of festivals this summer that I’m going to be DJing because I decided to go back to my musical activities. I want to go back there with my friends, because I just feel like having fun. this summer, see all my friends again and have a good time.”
Meanwhile, Celebrity Gogglebox star Denise said she was ‘short of breath’ following her split from Eddie, also 49.
Talk to your friends Ferne Cotton about her Happy place podcast, she said, “I couldn’t breathe, I was on the phone with one of my friends one night and I felt like someone was sitting on my chest, really couldn’t breathe, you have a knot in your stomach that won’t go away, and you “when will this feeling leave me?”
Fearne Cotton’s Happy Place)
However, for the first time in her life, she sought therapy, due to the relationship ending being ‘literally flawed’.
Describing herself as a ‘fixer’ often to her detriment, she admits that working from a young age has given her a boost. But instead of crashing, she often distracts herself by focusing on new skills.
Denise admitted to Ferne: “I’m not completely healed. I’m getting there.
“I’m enjoying therapy. I’m learning a lot about myself. I didn’t even see myself properly.”
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