ITV GMB's Richard Madeley breaks silence on son-in-law James Haskell after Chloe split
20.11.2023 - 18:31
Richard Madeley, a host on ITV's Good Morning Britain, broke his silence on his daughter Chloe Madeley's split from husband James Haskell during the show on Monday morning. He referred to James Haskell as his son-in-law, even though his daughter Chloe Madeley recently announced her split from the former rugby star.
Richard was chatting about James' stint in the famous I'm A Celebrity jungle in 2019 when he said: "It is early days, I remember when my son-in-law James Haskell was in the Jungle doing really well and riding high in the polls and then he lost it." He finished by saying: "He got into a massive row in camp, blew his stack and that was that!" This comes after Chloe, who shares daughter Bodhi with James, gave an update on her love life when asked by an Instagram follower if she was looking forward to dating. Chloe replied: "I want to be and I will continue to be surrounded by females for the foreseeable" alongside a laughing face emoji.
Chloe also shared a photo of herself and her daughter at a dinner table, writing: "That my happiness is pivotal to her happiness and vice versa". In another recent Q&A, a follower asked her: "Do you have to have more children one day?".
In response, she penned: "Yeah I have a big family and I want to keep it that way!" When the couple decided to part ways, they shared a statement on social media, where she wrote: "James and I mutually decided to separate at the end of September 2023. "We had not planned on releasing a statement at this time - certainly not while the television show was airing - but constant speculation about our marriage has, unfortunately, forced our hand." They added: "Beyond this statement, we will not be speaking about this matter publicly, and we would
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