Australian mummy blogger Constance Hall announces split from husband on eve of tour
Australian mummy blogger Constance Hall has announced she has split from her husband and father of her four children, telling her loyal followers she still "loves him with every inch" but that the pair had come to lead separate lives.
The Perth local is in Melbourne with her children as she prepares for her first sold-out UK tour in April.
"Bill isn't here in Melbourne. We've made the decision to go our own ways," she wrote.
"This decision wasn't made lightly, obviously he has been the love of my life but we just weren't making each other happy anymore and have lived separate lives for so long now that it just seemed to fall that way.
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"I was once warned that if you make yourselves redundant to each other, you won't find a reason to stay together. I guess that kind of happened to Bill and I."
Constance opened up publicly about her and Bill splitting some months ago before they reconciled,saying she had felt "shot down" by some of the negative comments she received and commenting "how everyone just loves to blame women when there is a divorce".
"Part of me has held off on sharing this because when I spoke publicly about us considering a break up a few months ago I was shot down with comments like "I would leave you too, you overshare every bit of your marriage," and "I can't blame him, you clearly don't take pride in your home or your body," she wrote.
"Isn't it interesting how everyone just loves to blame women when there is a divorce?
"Poor innocent men trying to navigate through the evil calculations of manipulative women.
"She cheated cos she's a sl-t, he cheated coz she never f---ed him, he worked too much coz she had an expensive life style, she worked too much coz she's selfish and over ambitious, he drank too much coz she nagged all the time, she drank too much coz she's a raging alco, she lied and claimed that the poor guy bashed her."
"What if nobody is to blame? What if two people are just happier apart?"
The 33-year-old was Australia's highest selling author last year, selling a staggering 150,000 copies of her book, Like a Queen online.
The mother-of-four only had a couple of thousand Facebook followers in late 2015, when she wrote a hilarious and uncomfortable post about parental sex on her blog The Not So Secret Life of Us.
Since then the heavily tattooed 'rock mum' has been thrust kicking and screaming into the international spotlight and now has more than one million fans, which she dubs "Queens".
She thanked her 'queens' in her post on Friday, saying she appreciated the hugs from people on the street.
"You guys have reminded the that the world is full of beauty, I share my journey because its mine to share and anyone who judges me for it can join a long line of haters waiting for me to give a f---," she said.