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Lisa Armstrong has broken her silence following estranged husband Ant McPartlin’s release from rehab, hinting she’s looking for love.
The Strictly Come Dancing make-up artist is said to have been left devastated by Ant’s decision to end their marriage in January.
But with the TV host having been pictured smiling following a month-long stint in rehab, Lisa, 41, appeared to be gearing up for her own new beginning as she ‘liked’ tweets about ‘welcoming change’ and finding love.
"Find someone who loves you like this person loves Shane Richie," read the first post which was shared by This Morning’s Rylan Clark -Neal and featured a car and wheelie bin covered in images of the actor.
She also gave a second post by This Morning therapists Nik and Eva Speakman the thumbs up.
"In the midst of transformations, you may feel like everything is falling apart when in reality everything can be coming together," they wrote.
"Life will push you to evolve & get out of your comfort zone so you can live & experience your true greatness. Welcome change."
It comes after Ant announced his intention to divorce his wife of 12 years in a brief statement released on January 13.
“In response to the recent speculation in the media, Ant is very sad to announce that, after eleven years, he is ending his marriage to Lisa McPartlin," his rep said in a statement.
“Ant asks for privacy at this difficult time, for both himself, Lisa and their immediate families.
“No further statement will be made.”
Ant subsequently entered rehab for a second time after being convicted of drink driving following a three-car smash in West London on March 18.
His barrister Liam Walker said the star suffered a ‘brief relapse’ after struggling to come to terms with the break down of his marriage.
He added: "Anthony McPartlin is sorry. He is doing everything he can so this never happens again. He hopes that in time he can make himself better and he might be forgiven by all the people he feels he has let down so terribly."
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