Helen Flanagan's ex Scott Sinclair breaks his silence after shock split and Coronation Street star removing wedding ring | The Sun

HELEN Flanagan's ex-fiancé Scott Sinclair has broken his silence after their shock split.

The footballer, 33, took a smiley photograph with their three kids -Matilda, six, Delilah, three, and son Charlie, 19 months – at a soft play centre and captioned it with three love hearts.

His fans told the sportsman they hoped he and Helen, 32, could work through their issues.

One said: "Would love you both to be able to sort things out. So sad."

Another posted: "Hope you guys work things out. Gorgeous family 🙌."

A third wrote: "What a sad end to a lovely family 😱."


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The sweet snap comes after The Sun exclusively revealed that Coronation Street star Helen and Scott had separated after 13 years together.

The actress — who played Rosie Webster in Coronation Street – removed her engagement ring last month.

Helen and Bristol Rovers star Scott started dating in 2009.

They got engaged in 2018.

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A source said: “Helen has removed her engagement ring and told those close to her that she is no longer with Scott.

"They hit a rough patch in the summer and after she came back from South Africa their relationship ended.

“Helen and Scott are committed to co-parenting their kids, even if they are no longer a couple.”

In the days since their split, ringless Helen has attended the Pride of Britain Awards with her close pal Brooke Vincent, dressed as a sexy devil for Halloween and been a doting mum by day.

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