• Kirsty Gallacher 'splits from husband' Paul Sampson after 14 years

    Kirsty Gallacher has reportedly split from her husband Paul Sampson. The sports news presenter, 38, and the former England rugby ace, 37, decided to go their separate ways after four years of marriage. The couple were together for ten years before their wedding and are parents to Oscar, seven, and four-year-old Jude.   CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Kirsty Gallacher and her husband Paul Sampson have been together for 14 years "Kirsty and Sammo have been on the rocks for about a year but only decided to split a few months ago," a source told The Sun. "They tried to stay together for

  • Anthea Turner reveals she's split from Dragon's Den star Richard Farleigh

    Anthea Turner says she's "fine" following her split from Dragon's Den star Richard Farleigh. In an interview with the Sunday Mirror, the former Blue Peter presenter revealed she is no longer dating Australian businessman Richard and that she is happy leading a "simple life" following a turbulent couple of years. "I've really been through the mill over the past two years and it has been really tough," she told the newspaper. "But I'm on my own now and it's fine. Anthea says she's happy living on her own "I've gradually got myself happy," she added. "And I won't be letting anyone ruin

  • Tamzin Outhwaite 'positive' following divorce from Tom Ellis

    Tamzin Outhwaite has spoken about how she is coping following her divorce from Tom Ellis. The 43-year-old actress, whose marriage was ended in just 110 seconds in court, revealed that she always looks at the positive side of life. "There is no point wasting energy, time and emotion on stuff that isn't there," Tamzin told the Sunday People magazine. "We are very lucky generally in life. We live in this country and we have our freedom. There's always someone in a worse-off situation and I'd like to instil in my kids that the glass is half-full – then I

  • Jessie J to swap London for LA

    Jessie J has revealed she's leaving the UK in favour of a new life stateside. The Price Tag singer told Event magazine that she has decided to up sticks and move to LA, where she feels her music is more appreciated. "In America they see me as a singer whereas here I feel that people don't appreciate my voice," she said. "I've dedicated my life to singing and I want it to be taken seriously. CLICK ON PHOTOS TO ENLARGE Jessie J: 'I want to be taken seriously' "Here it seems that all people want to know is what I've had for breakfast