'Furious' James Haskell breaks silence on Chloe Madeley split as he parties in London | The Sun

JAMES Haskell furiously took aim at photographers last night as he left a celebrity hotspot in London, according to reports.

The former rugby ace, 38, recently split from his wife Chloe Madeley after he was pictured looking cosy with a PR woman pal at the Chiltern Firehouse.

James returned to the venue for the first time since the photos emerged and allegedly had a short, sharp word for snappers congregating outside.

According to the Mirror, he approached them, gave a sarcastic wave and sniped: "You ended my marriage."

Chloe, who is the daughter of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, confirmed her separation from James in October.

The pair, who share daughter Bodhi, explained on social media that they had chosen to go their separate ways at the end of September.



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Days ago Chloe gave more insight into the pair's crumbling marriage and said they'd been through the 'hardest summer of their lives'.

The fitness pro explained why she hadn't been sharing as much content on social media in recent months.

She said: "Bodhi became my sole priority and source of joy, but beyond her, absolutely everything felt impossible."

Revealing how a quick succession of events put immense pressure on her life, she continued: "Had a baby by emergency C-section, returned to work eight weeks later, filmed a reality TV show, and began separating from my husband after what was, to be totally honest, the hardest summer of both of our lives.

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"I’ve had mental health battles before, being diagnosed with GAD in my early twenties, so I knew there was a problem bubbling under the surface and was quick to get myself back into therapy.

"To be honest, there is more to this story and there were a number of factors that lead me back to where I am now (and have been since the end of October), but I’ll talk about them another time."

She concluded by insisting she was through the worst and looking to the future.

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