Loose Women panellist Linda Robson put on a brave face as she was spotted out and about in North London for the first time since splitting from her husband.
Linda, 65, was married to Mark Dunford for 33 years before confirming this week that they have decided to go their separate ways.
The blonde star spent her morning running errands around the city and despite the difficult time she's in, she was still wearing her gold wedding ring band on her left hand.
Regardless of the chilly November afternoon, Linda opted for comfort in a pair of flip flops and summer dress, but wrapped up a little with a vibrant blue scarf and padded jacket.
The TV host confirmed the news of her split to Woman magazine this week, saying: 'He's a really good dad and we had some good years, but enough is enough.
'I've got my family and my kids around me. And I'm going on a cruise with Lesley Joseph in November. I'm keeping busy. I feel fine. I'm just going away on trips all the time.
'I'm not interested [in dating] honestly. I can't be a***d with all that."
The couple, who share two children together – a son Louis, 31, and a daughter, Roberta, 27 – married in 1990. Linda also has another daughter – Laure, 40 – with her ex Tony Tyler.
Linda is making the most of her spare time and keeping busy surrounded by family and loved ones, sharing to her Instagram stories that she's enjoying precious time with her granddaughters Betsy and Lila.
She shared a beautiful, happy picture of the little girls and captioned it: "Lovely seeing my girls today, missed them," followed by a heart emoji.
The actress has been plagued with rumours of upset in the marriage, something that Linda disputed. She told Best magazine: "There have been ups and downs, obviously, like any couple. What I think we have in common is that we love our kids more than anything."
In the summer, the Loose Women panel discussed whether taking a 'sex break' in a relationship can help struggles couples, with Linda confirming that she hadn't had sex with Mark for a couple of years.
Fellow panellist Charlene White asked whether celibacy had helped her focus and given her clarity to which Linda cheekily responded: "Well I've had no choice, I've not had it for two years!"
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