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12/10/2017

Harry Judd Admits Marriage Almost Broke Down

Harry Judd has admitted that he and his wife Izzy almost separated because of their fertility struggles.

The couple have previously spoken out about their struggles to conceive, but in a recent interview with The Sun's Fabulous magazine, the McFly singer revealed just how much of a strain it put on the couple's marriage.

The 31-year-old is quoted as saying: "Izzy so desperately wanted to be a mother and so as soon as we realised there was a problem, it took over her life.

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"The dynamic changed because all the focus was on getting pregnant and in a way I lost her a little bit. I lost that smiley, confident, beautiful wife.

"Our wedding had been the happiest day of our lives cut to a year later and she's in absolute despair. I remember after two years thinking: 'God, we haven't even had a kid and already I'm sick of this.' It was constant but I felt I couldn't get frustrated at her."

Izzy and Harry are now parents of two. In July 2015, the pair announced that they were expecting their first child together. Their daughter, Lola, was born in January the following year, via IVF. Their second child, a son called Kit, was born in August 2017.

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"Harry Judd has admitted that he and his wife Izzy almost separated because of their fertility struggles."