Imogen Thomas confirms split from father of her children Adam Horsley after six years together

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  • Imogen Thomas has confirmed that she has split from Adam Horsley, her partner of six years and father of her two children.

    The sad news was confirmed by a rep for the Big Brother star, who said the mum is relying on the support from her friends and family.

    In a statement, the 35-year-old also says her priority will continue to be her two children – five-year-old Ariana Siena and two-year-old Siera Aleira.

    ‘Imogen is completely heartbroken and devastated about the break up, however she has amazing friends and family who are very supportive and will help to get her through this difficult time’, the statement sent to Mail Online read.

    ‘Her two beautiful children are her priority moving forward, and she will continue to focus on the positive things in her life such as her business Chasing Summer.’

    Imogen and Australian city trader Adam were together for six years, after getting together in 2012.

    Rumours that the couple might had split started after the mum-of-two posted a mysterious message on Instagram yesterday, which read: ‘Nothing hurts more than being disappointed by the one person who you thought would never hurt you.’

    Fans were quick to comment on Imogen’s post, with many sending supportive messages to the mum.

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    One wrote: ‘What doesn’t break you…makes you. Probably don’t feel it now, but you’ll be a stronger and even more desirable person after this 👍’.

    Another said: ‘Hope you’re ok huni. Don’t know if the reports in the papers are true or not, but whatever it is, your two gorgeous little girls will keep you strong and get you through it ❤️’.

    While a third commented: ‘Stay strong my lovely lady’.

    The mum had recently spoken out about her relationship with Adam, saying that having children and maintaining things exciting was a ‘hard struggle’ but that they were making an effort to spend more quality time together.

    ‘Once you have two babies it’s a really hard struggle to keep things exciting and keep things going’, she told MailOnline.

    ‘We are working on things. We are going to have more date nights. All you talk about is the kids in the end. I think if you work at it you will get better.’