Myleene Klass is facing an awkward run-in with her estranged husband Graham Quinn at Marvin Humes and Rochelle Wiseman's upcoming wedding after she refused to give up her invite to the nuptials.
They are both invited to the pop couple's big day in July, and recent reports suggested Myleene had pulled out of performing at the bash because Graham is an usher at the ceremony.
But it seems the former Hear'Say star is determined to be at her pal Rochelle's big day at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire after attending her hen do last month.
"The feeling is why should she give up her invite when she's done nothing wrong? She doesn't see why she should shy away from it.
"Myleene confided in Rochelle and promised she'd still be there on her wedding day. She said she will stay strong and keep it together. Her upset has turned to anger."
Myleene and Graham in happier times
But The Mirror claims concerned friends are telling the TV presenter not to go to the wedding.
An insider reveals: "Pals are encouraging Myleene not to attend. It's not the most pressing concern on her mind, understandably. But obviously, if they both do go, it could make things really awkward."
Graham broke the star's heart after walking out of their home in April, leaving behind his two daughters, Ava and Hero.
He recently explained his actions, insisting he felt compelled to walk away from the the marriage as it wasn't working - and denied he dumped Myleene on her birthday.
He told the Sunday Mirror: "My marriage wasn't great and it had gone on for a long time and unfortunately it's come to an end. But we just have to sort these kids out... that's the main thing.
"I've spent 11 years with the girl and I don't want to see her hurting. I just want everything to get better. It's unfortunate what's happened. People get hurt but now people hearing total nonsense is just really bad.
"Who in their right mind would drop someone on their birthday? I'm not sick in the head, do you know what I mean? Especially after 11 years with the girl. You know, I have respect for her. I'd never do something like that... I feel like a scapegoat right now."
At the weekend Myleene thanked fans for their well wishes after news of the split emerged, writing on her Twitter page: "Thank you all of you for the thoughts and msgs of support for me and my girls. They've given me comfort, courage and hope."
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