Karen Clifton has hinted that she might get back together with estranged husband Kevin Clifton.
After months of speculation over the state of their three-year marriage, the professional dancers confirmed they had split in March.
However, Karen hasn’t completely ruled out a reconcilation, revealing "anything can happen".
She said: “It’s easier to hide than be open about things, but nothing has to crumble right away, sometimes people need time to heal and reflect what it is we need to do."
Karen continued: “We’ve both been very clear about what we want to do, I think that sometimes relationships can get very stale."
She added to The Sun: “I don’t know what’s going to happen in the future, but I think it’s really important when you’re both open and real about what’s happening, and we’re both really upfront about it, but anything can happen.
Karen also insisted she’s not dating anyone else, despite being pictured looking cosy with two mystery men, according to reports.
Before announcing their break up, the duo, who married in July 2015, had been plagued by split rumours after Karen was spotted getting friendly with the 27-year-old accountant named Stuart Wood in early December.
There was also speculation that Kevin’s close friendship with Louise Redknapp , who was his Strictly partner in 2016, had angered Karen.
Karen and Kevin sparked more marriage trouble rumours last year when they didn’t dance together during the Strictly finale.
For Christmas, Karen then flew to New York to spend it with her family while Kevin remained in the UK.
However, the pair are now going on tour together and will also both return to Strictly later this year.
An insider said: “They’ll both be back. If they got back together during the months the show was on, it could be a reverse curse.
“We’re all suckers for a bit of romance and these two are hugely popular members of the Strictly family.
“Fans don’t want to see either of them leave. Just imagine if they rekindled their love on the show. How fabulous would that be?”
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