Former Strictly Come Dancing winner Kara Tointon has split from her fiancé Marius Jensen, amid photos circulating of him kissing another woman.
The actress, 39, and Norwegian chiropractor Marius, 37, have been a couple since 2016 and have two children together.
It was confirmed that the pair had split after Marius was seen leaving a nightclub in central London on Thursday (September 29) with a mystery brunette woman.
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A source told The Sun: “Kara and Marius quietly separated around 10 months ago. There was no wrong-doing on either side, and they both still care about each other.
“But they came to the decision that there was no future for them as a couple. They remain friends, and are both very committed to co-parenting their two children.”
Kara gave birth to their second son in January last year, naming him Helly. The couple’s first son, Frey, was born in 2018.
Before she became a couple with Marius, Kara dated her Strictly professional partner Artem Chigvintsev after they won the 2010 series together.
She dated Joe Swash before that, who she starred in EastEnders with.
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Kara played character Dawn Swann in the BBC soap, before she made her exit from the show in 2009, just before appearing on Strictly.
She has since become a West End star and has appeared alongside former EastEnders co-star Tracy-Ann Oberman on The Windsors: Endgame, starring as the Duchess of Cornwall.
It has been reported that Kara is set to star in new Cary Grant biopic Archie, alongside Harriet Walter, Laura Aikman and Jason Isaacs who will play the lead role.
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