James Haskell criticised Chloe Madeley for not dressing 'sexily enough' for him before they decided to split after five years of marriage.
The rugby star, 38, and daughter of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, 36, announced they had decided to end their relationship earlier this week. Before their split, they filmed a reality show where James can be heard complaining about Chloe's dress sense. In an episode of ITVBe's Family Affair, the pair decide to go on a date night to crazy golf, after having a disagreement.
As Chloe, who gave birth to the couple's daughter Bodhi last year is getting ready, James said to her: "You always sit on a date and go 'does it upset you that I don't wear any makeup and never dress up?' It's more the fact you do something and you worry about it."
Chloe explained: "I feel bad because…", but James interrupted with: "Not bad enough to ever change it though."
The Dancing On Ice star continued: "In my head we're leaving the house and I'm comfortable and I'm warm and that's all I care about. Then we get there and other girls, like Love Island-style girls walk in and I'm like oh s**t, poor James."
The former England rugby star then said: "I never complain", which prompted Chloe to say: "I dress a bit s***ty, just not girly." James then joked: "You always dress s***ty when I'm not there which is even worse."
After announcing her split from James, Chloe was seen all dolled up for a night out with her friend, Lou Teasdale. The star looked stunning in a black mini skirt, a cut-out top and knee-high cowboy boots. Lou couldn't help but gush over their mirror selfie, saying: "How cute are we".
This came after James was spotted giving a kiss on the cheek to another woman. The ex-England rugby player was seen hugging the lady, who then playfully pushed him away, giggling.
Just a few days before, James was seen chatting with a mystery blonde at celeb favourite spot, Chiltern Firehouse. It turns out, she's high society PR guru Martine Bridge.
A source told MailOnline: "James and Martine have known each other for years and mingle in the same social groups. They follow each other on Instagram, it seems likely they will stay connected, at least on social media."
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