Chloe Madeley's parents, Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, are reportedly "deeply upset" following her split from James Haskell.
The couple confirmed their separation last month via a joint statement on social media after weeks of speculation. It came shortly after their TV series hit screens.
A source told New! magazine that Chloe's parents were saddened by the news, as they had hoped for a strong marriage for their daughter. They said: "They've had a very strong marriage and wanted the same for Chloe. They adore James but they want to see their daughter happy and they could see the cracks appearing for a long time."
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The source also revealed that there is no chance of reconciliation for Chloe and James. "Chloe has had enough," they added.
Despite the split, Chloe and James recently reunited for a tea outing with their 15-month-old baby Bodhi. James shared a picture of the family outing on social media, showing that they have managed to maintain an amicable relationship.
The split came as a shock to a lot of their fans as they went their separate ways after five years of marriage and 13 months after they welcomed their daughter, Bodhi. Chloe admitted she and James called it quits in September.
She told Instagram that they were hoping to avoid releasing a statement while their TV show was airing, but speculation of their split resulted in their confirmation. Chloe asked for privacy in the wake of their split and said they'd be prioritising their daughter.
James later posted a photo of Chloe as they headed out with their daughter and confirmed they were co-parenting and trying to remain friends.
Just days ago, The Good, The Bad and The Rugby podcaster and DJ James was seen getting close to DJ Chloe McLennan in Ibiza, known as DJ Loeca. A source told The Sun in the wake of the snaps: "James and Chloe got to know each other on the DJ circuit in Ibiza. It's a small world and everyone is really friendly."
"She has shared some advice on the industry and they have hung out on the party isle."
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