10th June: Kym Marsh and Dan Hooper have ended their relationship permanently.
The couple took a mutual decision to permanently end their relationship following a temporary split.
Meanwhile, it now seems that there is no way for them to come together now. That’s because Kym was seen without her ring spelling the end of her relationship with Dan.
It is being stated that after calling off their engagement, the couple was trying to salvage their one year long romance by separating in May this year.
Dan Hooper, the personal trainer of Kym, had proposed her at a Manchester hotel during a romantic weekend around six months before the two decided to split.
Playing the roles of a barmaid Michelle Connor in Coronation Street, this 38-year-old actress has admitted that the decision, although being mutual, was a difficult one for both of them. She said both she and Hooper had been going through a tough time. However, support from friends and family has been there for both of them.
Both Kym and Dan needed space—Kym said she and Dan are taking each day as it comes. The reason for their split is that both of them needed space.
Dan had revealed that he could no longer live in Kym’s shadow. Kym said that although she felt really happier living with him than with anyone else, but still, issues do come up in relationships.
32-year-old Dan has been married to Stephanie Waring, a Hollyoaks star. He has a four-year old daughter named Lexi from the marriage.
Kym has three children from her two previous marriages. She entered into wedlock in 2002 with Jack Ryder, an actor, but parted ways around six years later. In 2008, she married another actor Jamie Lomas. But, the couple got divorced in the year 2014.
Can their relationship be revived in the future? –Well, now the question that is going to pop up in many minds is whether their relationship get revived in the near future or not. Speaking about the issue, Kym has stated that it is still to be discussed between Dan and her.
So, both said they needed to have some time on their own and see what went wrong and where it went wrong. Also, they hope to see things to be fixed.