Caroline Flack And Andrew Brady Split Just Two Months After Getting Engaged

Caroline Flack And Andrew Brady Split Just Two Months After Getting Engaged

We're just about over the news that Cheryl and Liam are no longer and now Caroline Flack and Andrew Brady have announced that their engagement is off.

Shortly after Caroline's statement, Andrew issued his own, writing: "Sad to announce Caroline and I have made a decision to part ways". Unfortunately it was not to be.

According to The Sun, the TV presenter confessed to friends that she believes he was cheating, and added: 'I really tried to help him and support him, but I feel he just used me. "I look at you and I think, 'Yes, Andrew, you're the one I've been waiting for'".

The pair began dating after former Apprentice candidate Andrew was evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house in January - before announcing their engagement in April.

Flack had announced the separation on Twitter, writing: 'I'm sad to announce that Andrew and I have chose to part ways. "Unfortunately it was not meant to be and I wish her all the best for the future".

Caroline appeared to respond, posting a crying emoji to her Twitter page.

The pair reportedly met after Flack watched the 27-year-old on The Apprentice, and she decided she like him and reached out. "It's back to the ol' grafting", she said.

Speaking in May, she said: 'Life is really good. That's what it felt like when I met you. "And, to be honest, I wasn't sure I had room in my life for anyone new".

"Now I've gone a bit more traditional - who would have thought it?"

"I've never lived life traditionally or by the rules and I'm not about to change".

The Love Island presenter decided that despite perpetually playing cupid, her own relationship just wasn't working. It was only last week Caroline was singing her fiance's praises in an article in Cosmopolitan.

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