Darren Gough splits from wife amid rumours of affair with TV star
Darren Gough has admitted that he has left his wife Ana and their family home.
The 43-year-old cricket legend told TalkSport radio that he is longer in a relationship with his wife with whom he had rekindled his relationship in 2009 after splitting in 2002, the Daily Star reported.
However, he added that they still remain close friends and are committed parents to their children, and that they will not be making any further comments on the situation.
It was earlier reported that the former England fast bowler had left his family home over his friendship with ' The Only Way Is Essex ' star Amy Childs after spending time together on the show The Jump.
Sources had also claimed that Childs and him got very close while filming the show, but the 23-year-old TV personality denied being in a relationship with him though having feeling for him.
Image: Darren Gough and Amy Childs
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Warner, Falzon engaged; expecting baby
Speculations are rife that Australian batsman David Warner and his partner Candice Falzon are engaged and they are expecting their first child, after she was photographed wearing clothes to seemingly disguise a baby bump.
Sources revealed that only Warner's closest teammates knew about the impending announcement and Falzon had told friends and family at home of the news, News.com.au reported.
Insiders claimed that the details have been kept quiet because of a possible magazine deal being negotiated by their agent.
The couple began their relationship in September 2013, shortly after Warner returned from the Ashes tour in England.
Image: David Warner and girlfriend Candice Falzon
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Aus swimmer Rice opens up about her two nose jobs
Swimmer Stephanie Rice has opened up about her two rhinoplasties .
The Australian Olympian revealed that the decision has helped her to overcome persistent medical issues and a damaged self-esteem.
In an exclusive interview featured in this week's Who magazine, Rice reveals how a broken nose caused by an accident in the pool when she was a teenager set off ongoing sinusitis and diminished her confidence.
Following two surgeries, one in Brisbane in 2012 and another in Sydney in January this year, Rice is thrilled with the results and unveils her new look on the cover of this week's issue of Who.
Image: Stephanie Rice
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