Laura Hamilton has a fire at her house during renovation
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Laura Hamilton, 40, has said she and ex Alex Goward are approaching co-parenting positively following their split after 11 years of marriage. The A Place In The Sun presenter and her ex share two children together; Rocco, eight, and Tahlia, seven.
Since breaking up, she has continued to go on holidays with Alex for the sake of their son and daughter.
Alex and his family also joined Laura for her 40th birthday celebrations back in April.
Addressing future plans with her ex, she spilled: “We are going skiing on Boxing Day.
“That will be another family holiday — my ex-partner is coming and the children are really excited about that.
“It’s good. We can’t wait.”
Laura is yet to speak of the reason for their split, although a source claimed the pair were “at breaking point” during lockdown.
On Instagram, she wrote at the time: “This isn’t something I ever thought I’d be saying but, after 13 years of being together Alex and I have separated.
“Our children are and always will be our number one priority and we would respect privacy for our family at this time.”
The property expert later followed up her post, writing: “Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.”
Laura has since been focusing on renovating a new property for her and her children which she bought after their split.
On potentially finding love again, the presenter added to The Sun: “I honestly haven’t thought about that.
“I haven’t got time for that, I’m too busy renovating the house.”
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The presenter has however been receiving some unwanted attention online, as she adds: “During the pandemic someone sent me a picture of what I thought was them in a face mask — but it was a face mask covering their private parts and a string up their bum.
“Whenever I get anything like that, anything really inappropriate, I just delete it and block them.
“I don’t know why people think I would like that.”
Laura went on to say that friends in the industry such as Tamzin Outhwaite and Tess Daly have given her support since her break-up news.
She continued: “I feel like the older you get as a woman there is a network of women that rally around you.
“It feels like when you are younger, girls are catty with each other.”
Nowadays, she adds, “women feel so much more supportive”.
A Place In The Sun airs weekdays from 3pm on Channel 4.
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