Jeff Brazier admits to having marriage ‘difficulties’ with wife Kate Dwyer

The TV presenter has confirmed marriage 'difficulties'.
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  • Jeff Brazier had admitted to having marriage problems.

    The TV presenter has revealed that he and wife Kate Dwyer have been having “difficulties” in their marriage.

    Fans first noticed that something might not be right between the relatively newly-married couple, after the two unfollowed each other on Instagram.

    And the duo have now admitted that they are experiencing difficulties in their relationship.

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    However they have confirmed that at the moment they are staying together and are trying to work on their relationship in private.

    “There is categorically no split between Jeff and Kate,” a spokesperson for Jeff told The Sun.

    “They have had some difficulties but they are doing their utmost to work through them together and will continue to do so in private.”

    Jeff, who shares sons 16-year-old Bobby and 15-year-old Freddie with late Jade Goody, tied the knot with PR director Kate last September.

    Speaking about the pair’s relationship back when they got engaged back in October 2017, Jeff said to HELLO! Magazine, “We spend some lovely family time together as the four of us.

    “I personally love it when Kate does things with the boys when I’m not around. I know the time Kate has with her family and friends is very precious to her and I know that Kate now realises boys are family.”

    He also gushed about the relationship when the pair married last year, telling the publication, “I’m so happy to marry Kate, who has brought so much stability to my life.

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    “This isn’t just any wedding, this is a really special one. It doesn’t just represent Kate and I putting rings on each other’s fingers.

    “It represents the fact that we won at something really tricky. We won at becoming a family.

    “Before, it was just three boys rattling around in a house on our own, trying to get through life. Then Kate came along and worked so hard at making us complete.

    “She hasn’t just completed one person, she’s completed a family and given three boys a real sense of belonging.”