Linda Robson has confirmed her split from husband Mark Dunford after 33 years of marriage.
The Loose Women panellist, 65, has finally responded to speculation she's ended things with Mark, saying "enough is enough" and she feels "fine".
Speaking to Woman magazine, Linda said "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."
Linda and Mark married in 1990 and are parents to Louis, 31, and Roberta, 27.
Linda, who is also mum to daughter Lauren, 40, with ex Tony Tyler, went on to add: "I'm not interested [in dating] honestly. I can't be a***d with all that.'
The Loose Women favourite has continued to hint at problems in her marriage on the hit ITV daytime show over recent months, but had not officially confirmed she and Mark had separated.
At first, she shot down speculation but more recently, she admitted she and Mark hadn't had sex for two years before saying things in her marriage "hadn't been right" for a long time.
"If something's not right in a relationship then I find it very hard to disguise it," Linda said on Loose Women. "And things haven't been right in my relationship for quite a long time so erm, I've been very honest about it."
In September, Linda said she's "not looking for anyone" and "can't be f*****" when discussing dating on Loose Women, seemingly hinting that her marriage to Mark had come to an end.
Speaking on the panel, Linda, who was in an 11-year relationship with ex Tony prior to marrying Mark, said: "I’ve had two loves of my life and now my grandchildren are the love of my life and my children. So no I’m not looking for anyone."
Initially, Linda shot down speculation concerning her marriage and said she and Mark were simply having a "few hiccups" in their relationship.
The TV star labelled the reports "a load of rubbish", before telling The Sun: “We’re still living together. We both love our kids more than anything else in the world, obviously you have a few hiccups in every marriage.
“We’ve been married 33 years so it’s not going to be all plain sailing, but we’re together at the moment.”
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