Chloe Madeley talks about love of my life as she begs fans to accept shes split from James

Chloe Madeley took to Instagram on Saturday to gush about the "love of her life" and ask fans to accept her and ex James Haskell's split.

The television personality, 36, who shares Bodhi, one, with James, 38, had been married to the rugby star since 2018 but announced last month that she had parted ways with him.

Now, in a candid question and answer session on her social media platform, she has answered several queries from fans, including one who had written: "Are you and James back together? I hope so…"

She replied: "No. We are friends and co-parents. I'd appreciate if this could be believed and accepted going forward."

Another fan asked: "Do you love London or would you live somewhere else again?" to which she replied: "I'm never leaving. London is the love of my life."

It comes after Chloe opened up on her split from James in a cryptic post earlier this week, revealing she'd had the "hardest summer" of her life.

The fitness buff and personal trainer was honest about the difficulties she's faced over the last several months. The star, who is the daughter of This Morning legends Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, admitted she hasn't felt like herself in a long time, and as a result, her ability to focus on her work has suffered.

Sharing a selfie of herself in work-out gear in the mirror, Chloe began by explaining why she'd stopped posting about health and fitness and her GAD diagnosis.

She then said: "It crept up on me very slowly, in hindsight well over a year, but by the end of August of this year, I got pretty bad burn out. Bodhi became my sole priority and source of joy, but beyond her, absolutely everything felt impossible.

"And it makes sense, because in the space of 2 years I had moved across the country, bought, refurbished and furnished my first house, been reunited with a very busy social life, had a baby by emergency c-section, returned to work 8 weeks later, filmed a reality tv show, and began separating from my husband after what was, to be totally honest, the hardest summer of both of our lives.

"I’ve had mental health battles before, being diagnosed with GAD in my early twenties, so I knew there was a problem bubbling under the surface and was quick to get myself back into therapy," the mum-of-one went on.

"To be honest, there is more to this story and there were a number of factors that lead me back to where I am now (and have been since the end of October), but I’ll talk about them another time.

"But for the first time in a very long time, I feel good again. I feel happy again. I feel strong again," Chloe continued, finishing on a positive note.

"It wasn’t the intention of this post, but now I’m reading it back, I really hope this gives somebody else hope," Chloe encouraged her fans. "Hope that even when it feels like you have nothing left, that you’re irreparably broken, you can slowly put yourself back together again.

"You will come back to yourself in time. Be patient with and be kind to yourself, and please keep going."

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