The 27-year-old, who welcomed the couple’s daughter Polly just six weeks before the split, told the title that she’d ‘cried all day’ when Bradley packed his belongings and left their shared Brentwood home earlier this month.
However, she admits that she was unhappy in the relationship for some time, and had hoped that the birth of their child would turn things around.
‘When I found out I was pregnant, I said: “I want to work so hard to give her the best in life,” but it felt like Brad wasn’t thinking about that,’ the reality star explained.
‘I wanted Brad to be my best friend and my lover, and in the end we just didn’t have anything in common. I know that I fell out of love with him. After Polly arrived he was sleeping in a different room. I became more like a friend and his mum.’
‘I thought everything would change, but the sad thing is, nothing did. I’ve always said I wanted that fairy tale, to be with the person I had a child with for the rest of my life, so it does really upset me.’
Bradley responded to Amy’s comments, saying that he’d found it ‘hard’ adjusting to life outside of the family unit, but adding that he’d been busy with work, they’d both been overtired, and he felt like he wasn’t Amy’s priority any more.
‘Everything was my fault and I never had a say, so I just kept out of it. I wasn’t Amy’s priority – other people were,’ he replied.
When news of the break up first emerged, a representative for Amy released a statement, confirming that the pair had gone their separate ways, but that Bradley would still be able to see his daughter.
‘Amy has not thrown Brad out, but they have split up amicably,’ they confirmed to OK!. ‘Brad will of course see Polly whenever he likes and they will remain friends.’
Read the full story in this week’s OK! Magazine – out today