Celebs and Their Parents’ Divorce (2).

 

Divorce is a sad time for many children of divorce. Celebrity status does not offset the reaction to a parents’ divorce.  Emotional insecurities, and the trauma of divorce are the same for everyone.  There is no escape from the confusion and devastation caused by a parents’ divorce!

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Actor and former footballer VINNIE JONES:

‘I had a brilliant childhood until Mum and Dad divorced when I was 13. That changed my life because it was like one of your parents dying. Divorce makes you rebel – it gives you insecurities and a licence to do what you want, because your mum and dad are always playing a game with you.’

Socialite TAMARA ECCLESTONE

‘All I wanted was for Mum and Dad to get back together. I felt like everything I’d known had gone. When they split up, I took refuge in food. I ate and ate and ate. But still I couldn’t fill the void. When they divorced I found it hard to deal with. It was a big change – and I’m not good with change.’

 

Actress ISLA FISHER:

‘You can’t underestimate how traumatic divorce is for the children. When your parents divorce, it makes you grow up fast. I’d urge parents to strongly consider working things out. I’d work things out and I’d definitely stay put. Especially if there were babies involved.’

IGELLA LAWSON:

‘Because my parents divorced when we were in our late teens, my siblings and I developed strong connections. you don’t live with your parents in the same way.’ Nigella recently divorced her second husband Charles Saatchi on the grounds of his continuing unreasonable behaviour.

One Direction’s HARRY STYLES

‘When I was seven my mum and dad divorced and that was quite a weird time. I remember crying about it. I didn’t really get what was going on properly – I was just sad that my parents wouldn’t be together any more.’

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#319, Celebs and Their Parents’ Divorce (2)

 

 

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