ITV My Mum, Your Dad stars 'split' – with only one show couple now still together
18.11.2023 - 12:49
My Mum, Your Dad stars Elliott Davidson and Sharon Benson have called time on their romance, according to reports. Elliott and Sharon, both 53, met on the new ITV show, dubbed 'middle-aged Love Island', earlier this year.
The pair's relationship appeared to be going well after the show, with them jetting off on holiday together and spending time with each other's children. However, it is said that Elliott and Sharon struggled to make things work due to the distance between.
Sharon is based in Sunderland with her two daughters, Mimi and Tia, while Elliott, who works as a P.E teacher, lives in Essex with son Zach. A source told MailOnline: "Elliott and Sharon had every intention of making their relationship work, but they knew it was always going to be tough. "With Elliott's job, he could only really come up to see Sharon out of term time and she's had her own life-changing issues to deal with, namely her mother's passing.
They split on good terms and will remain friends." The insider added: "You never know what might happen in the future but they're so glad to have met each other on the show and thoroughly enjoyed their time dating.
But this time, it just wasn't to be." OK! has contacted representatives for Sharon Benson for comment. Sharon and Elliot were one of only two couples to come out of ITV's My Mum, Your Dad. Fellow stars Roger Hawes and Janey Smith's relationship is still going strong months after filming finished, with the duo becoming fan favourites.
Widower Roger, 59, and Janey, 47, have been keeping fans updated on social media with their romance, having enjoyed holidays and days out together. The duo have now landed their first TV deal together. Roger and Janey will be sharing their adventures through
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