Caroline Flack has revealed that shes broken up with Andrew Brady again – but this time shes not taking him back.
However, shortly after getting engaged, they became plagued with a string of rows and arguments causing them to split and then rekindle their romance.
But now shes done for good, and told The Sun: Yeah, you know I like him. But I think were both doing what we need to do at the minute.
Were both looking after our own heads and doing our own thing. Thats really important.
While she didnt want to comment on the rows or speak negatively on her ex, she insisted that they were through for good, and added: I just really want to get back to me and get back to feeling good again.
They then reconnected and announced they were giving their romance another try in August, and appeared closer than ever in October.
Things came to a head at the beginning of November after it was claimed that she threatened to kill herself following an argument with Andrew – a claim she has strongly denied.
The pair had been allegedly drinking and arguing over the telephone, and a source close to the Love Island presenter has suggested that Andrew was so concerned about her state of mind he felt he had no choice but to try and call for help.
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However reps for Caroline slammed the ridiculous embellishment of a non-event.
While an ambulance was called to Carolines address at the beginning of November, it was entirely unnecessary and paramedics found her to be in perfect health. They confirmed there was no emergency or reason for any concern, the statement read.
It was later claimed that Andrew had called the ambulance to stir drama and Caroline wished to move on with her life and forget the dramatics ever happened.
Now she has been stomping the boards of the West End after smashing it in her debut as Roxie Hart in Chicago – and looks like shes happier than ever.
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