Vanessa Feltz and her ex Ben Ofoedu slept in separate beds, MONTHS before they split. itv this morning agony aunt Vanessa, 61, kicked Ben out of their north London home over Christmas and is now blocking his calls, amid allegations of cheating.
In 2022, he told OK!: “I think he has a very short temper and I think he thinks I have a short temper. We argue a lot, but we also have a lot of fun, we talk a lot. We don’t agree on a lot of things, but he keeps things pretty interesting.”
In the same interview, he revealed that the couple had separate beds. “It turned out great because we didn’t bother. It doesn’t mean you can’t visit each other whenever you want. It’s not like we’re forbidden from being in each other’s bed,” she revealed. Vanessa added that it was not a “political decision.”
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Following their breakup, Vanessa stated on Instagram: “Now it’s clear it’s over and I feel like you know once the trust is gone you really can’t get it back. I am quite disappointed and shocked by those horrible things, but also full of determination that I am not going to let this defeat me.”
Ben, meanwhile, has been living with a church friend in London, while doing some serious soul-searching. “I don’t know why I did it,” the singer said this weekend. “Someone will tell me one day. I’m still processing it. It’s still fresh. She should have gotten help after the first flirtation. there was an insecurity. But I papered over the cracks and if you don’t address something, it reared its head. I cheated because she was insecure. The girl in Ibiza said things like ‘You’re a great guy. I don’t know why you’re not married. Who wouldn’t want to marry you?
“That, along with the alcohol…it was a volatile situation. Trust was damaged and then the sexting, plus messages from people saying I’ve been doing this and that, is a recipe for disaster.”
“Vanessa is the love of my life and she is completely justified in how she reacted and behaved. People wrote us off early on, but we got through it. So she’s gone like that.”