Over the weekend, Megan posted a statement parodying Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin’s break-up announcement, in which she revealed that she and Wes had chosen to end their relationship.
Despite their break-up, Megan was seen supporting Wes in the audience of Dancing On Ice on Sunday night, but a day later, admitted that she has been struggling since the split.
She wrote on her Instagram Story: “Hands down been one of the worst days of my life. I can’t thank you all enough for the support. It makes it all worthwhile (the endless trolling, negative stories, dealing with publicly breaking up, being papped having to force a smile when my whole world is crumbling).
“Feels like I can’t put a foot right BUT knowing I can help motivate/inspire people even a TINY bit makes me want to continue on in the public eye. I’m determined to make 2019 a positive happy year.”
Hours prior to this, Megan had posted an update revealing she was suffering with anxiety.
Megan’s break-up from Wes came in the wake of a public row between her and her ex’s Dancing On Ice partner Vanessa Bauer, who she accused of deliberately ending her own relationship for publicity, and being intentionally cold to her.
Following this, Megan missed last week’s Dancing On Ice live show, putting her absence down to illness, as she’d been suffering from a kidney infection.
On Sunday night, Wes and Vanessa avoided the skate-off for the third week in a row, after a performance set to Harry Styles’ solo hit Sign Of The Times.