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Kym Marsh has reportedly split from her toyboy just two months after they bought a £500,000 house together.
The Coronation Street babe, 41, was dating the personal trainer, 27, for more than two years.
But it’s said that they called time on their relationship last week.
Friends close to the couple have claimed that they clashed over juggling their busy work lives and buying their three-bedroom country home.
A pal told The Sun : "They wanted this to work out and have spent weeks trying to work through the issues but, sadly, it just wasn’t to be.
"In the end, they both agreed it was for the best that they go their separate ways despite buying a house together so recently."
Kym and Matt bought their home just a couple of months ago after she reportedly grew tired of the hustle and bustle of city life in Manchester.
The couple decided to buy a house together, according to The Sun , and opted for a super-private three-bedroom detached cottage.
The home is at the end of a long driveway and behind electric gates, and the couple moved in just a few weeks before Christmas.
Moving may have allowed Kym, who plays Michelle Connor in the ITV soap, to put bad memories behind her now that she’s left the home she shared with ex-husband Jamie Lomas .
A source told the newspaper that the house went from being her dream home to her worst nightmare after her marriage collapsed and she began feeling like her neighbours were spying on her.
They said: "It’s a big move for the both of them. The house is beautiful and most definitely not like living close to a city centre.
"There will be no prying neighbours at the new place which will be a relief for them."
It’s reported that the house was on the market for £500,000, but went for £480,000.
She and Matt had moved nearby and rented a £1million home before finding their new place.
Mirror Online has contacted Kym’s representatives for comment.
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