TOWIE star Lauren Goodger's partner confirms split months after daughter's birth

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Photo credit: David M. Benett/Dave Benett - Getty Images
Photo credit: David M. Benett/Dave Benett - Getty Images

Lauren Goodger and her partner Charles Drury have split.

The couple started dating at the end of 2020, announcing they were expecting a baby after a whirlwind romance.

The former TOWIE star then welcomed daughter Larose with the 24-year-old in July.

Photo credit: Lauren Goodger - Instagram
Photo credit: Lauren Goodger - Instagram

Taking to Instagram Stories, Charles wrote: "Only going to post this once, me & Lauren have decided to go our separate ways.

"Things must remain civil for the sake of our daughter, Lauren is great mum so when it comes to Larose we both have her best interest at heart so she will still see us both."

Lauren responded on her own social media, adding she is prioritising her daughter who is currently in hospital with an infection.

She wrote: "I apologise for Charlie talking about our relationship status right now as our daughter is very ill and this is the least of my worries.

"I do not with to comment on the situation at this time as there is much more to it, but my priority is getting my daughter better.

"So if any press want to run stories please run them about my baby girl which is the most important thing to me right now.

"Shame I can't say that about others."

Lauren recently shared that her daughter was in hospital, revealing how worrying the ordeal had been.

"My baby girl has been in hospital for 3 days so far with a severe illness," she wrote.

"She caught some sort of virus or infection. I think the bronchiolitis had come back worse, and it's been the hardest two days of my life.

"Me and [Charles] have been swapping to be with her.

"So hard to watch my daughter in hospital with tubes, drips, canula, especially being held down as she doesn't understand.

"It's broken my heart. I have slept on a chair, well didn't sleep for 24 hours. She is my world and finally on the mend.

"Thank you @NHSEngland for your help lovely people. What we do without you?"

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