Chloe Madeley looks incredible on girls’ night out as James Haskell ‘kisses’ woman after split

Chloe Madeley, daughter of TV stars Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan, recently announced her split from rugby star husband James Haskell.

The couple, who have been married for five years and share a daughter named Bodhi, decided to part ways after weeks of speculation about their relationship.

Despite the recent split, Chloe was spotted enjoying a girls' night out with her celebrity hairstylist friend Lou Teasdale. Both ladies looked incredible, with Chloe rocking a black mini skirt, a cut-out black top and knee-high cowboy boots.

Lou shared a mirror selfie of the pair posing in a bathroom on her social media, captioning it: "How cute are we."

Chloe was spotted out in London after James was seen giving a kiss on the cheek to an unknown woman. The ex-England rugby player was seen saying goodbye to a woman in a green coat, who then pushed him away while laughing.

They were at the London Palladium following James' tour with fellow rugby star Mike Tindall.

Earlier this month, before the pair confirmed their split, Chloe was seen without her wedding ring during a girls' night out. This happened just days after James was seen chatting with a mystery blonde at the famous Chiltern Firehouse. The blonde woman was later identified as Martine Bridge, a PR executive who has known James for years.

Chloe later released a statement explaining that she didn't plan to announce her split from James – especially not while her family-centred reality TV show is airing – but rumours about their relationship forced them to publicly confirm their separation.

She shared: "James and I mutually decided separate at the end of September, 2023. We had not planned on releasing a statement at this time – certainly not while the television show was airing – but constant speculation about our marriage has, unfortunately, forced our hand. Beyond this statement, we will not be speaking about this matter publicly, and we would request privacy at this time. Our sole focus now is our beautiful daughter. We shall continue to co-parent with nothing but love."

James later posted the same message on his Instagram page, captioning a screenshot of the statement: "It's with a lot of sadness I write this post, but unfortunately, in the world we live in, it has to be done. My priority is my daughter's and Chloe's happiness and security. For that reason, I won't be commenting any further."

Since announcing their split, James has been confiding in close friend Mike Tindall.

He opened up to Mike on their podcast The Good, The Bad and The Rugby. He said: "So for those of you who don't know, my missus and I are separated. We're separated but we're committed 100 per cent to my daughter. 

"It's obviously a complicated time and we have to play it out in front of the media. Because I haven't said anything, people fill that void and fill that silence. And obviously this week, in the last sort of three or four weeks, there's been lots of conjecture.".

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