Denise, 47, ended their seven-year relationship earlier this month amid claims he had been ‘cheating’ on her with other women
Denise Van Outen’s ex Eddie Boxshall appeared to break his silence following their split with a cryptic tweet.
It comes after Denise, 47, ended their seven-year relationship earlier this month amid claims he had been “cheating” on her with other women.
Denise realised the commodities trader had been engaging in raunchy communications with women he met online and even had secret dates with one woman.
Following the claims, Eddie posted a message on his Instagram to his 65.6 followers, reading: “Don’t believe everything you read.”
It comes after comments from Eddie last year recently resurfaced, with him admitting he had the ‘hump’ with Denise for flirting with people at work.
During her time on Dancing on Ice last year, which ended early when Denise suffered a nasty injury, Eddie confessed he was starting to get annoyed with his then fiancée.
Part of his issue was that Denise loved flirting on the job but the saucy banter stopped when she got back home to him.
“It gives me the hump. Start chucking it a bit in my direction,” Eddie said in February last year on their podcast Before We Say I Do.
On the same podcast before, Denise admitted she has always been flirty by nature with her male pals.
“I don’t flirt with him. I flirt with everyone at work, I’m naturally flirty. It’s flanter – flirty banter. I don’t mean anything by it,” she said.
Admitting the pandemic had strained their relationship like it had for millions of couples, she added: “We’ve been locked down together 24/7 and a few things have come up.
“If we try and sit down and talk about things, we’ll end up bickering.”
While getting tips from pyschosexual therapist Cate Mackenzie, Eddie stated that he wanted Denise to “find that little pocket of space” again so that they could reignite the flame.
“I’m very aware of me putting us in situations where I’m not giving enough,” she confessed. “I’m not as affectionate as I should be and I feel like I’ve lost my way a little bit within the relationship.
“It’s a good relationship but I think it could be better if we take the time to discuss what is bothering us about each other so we can move forward.”