Jeff Brazier says he’s “proud to have shared something difficult with me” after announcing the end of a nine-year relationship.
He is a TV presenter and reality show star thanking fans for their support and said the response to his news made him feel “as if it were the real deal.” worth doing”.
He is known for appearing on shows including Shipwrecked, Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins, and Celebrity MasterChef.
On Monday, Brazier said his marriage to Kate Dwyer ended earlier this year and that he has “never felt so alone at times”.
In a follow-up Instagram post on Tuesday, he said he felt “a bit embarrassed by the original post”.
“I just wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who responded to my post,” he said.
“I am proud to have shared something that was difficult for me and am glad that so many others have been able to empathize with it.
“It makes it feel like it’s really worth doing.”
“It was a brave thing indeed, but I’m really pleased that I did it so I encourage anyone else in a certain situation to do the same.”
Capturing his video on Tuesday, he wrote: “If sharing were easy we wouldn’t have so many problems in the world, but I tell you, giving yourself the right to support yesterday was really helpful.
“I think there’s something about ‘loneliness’ that resonates deeply. We know isolation is a big deal but there’s something about thinking about people feeling lonely that really upsets you.”
Brazier and Dwyer married in 2018.
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His two sons, Bobby and Freddie, are from his ex-girlfriend Jade Goody, who died of cancer in 2009.
https://www.independent.ie/entertainment/jeff-brazier-proud-to-have-shared-difficult-news-of-relationship-end-42233142.html Jeff Brazier proudly shares ‘difficult’ news about the relationship ending