'They're on different paths': Ferne McCann SPLITS from Jack Padgett

‘They were on different paths’: Ferne McCann SPLITS from Jack Padgett six months after making their romance official and saying he’s The One

Ferne McCann has split from her beau Jack Padgett.

The former TOWIE star, 30, and marketing manager were first linked in December and she later gushed that he was ‘The One’, with them moving in together during lockdown.

However the duo have now called it quits, with a source saying they’re ‘on different paths’ and the end of lockdown made it ‘clear’ their lifestyles didn’t match up.

Called it quits: Ferne McCann has split from her beau Jack Padgett, six months after making their relationship official

A source close to Jack & Ferne confirmed the break up to MailOnline and said it was clear when lockdown started to lift their work and lifestyles were just too different.  

They said: ‘Ferne’s an early bird up first thing for work and Jack’s events are all night time. They got on great but it’s hard to make things work when they were like passing ships.’ 

While a source also told The Sun: ‘Ferne said it was a case of ‘right guy wrong time’. It was clear to all of us that they were both on different paths.

‘She’s sad but she’s realistic about the situation… She has no regrets. They both got on great and had a lot of fun, but you need more than that in a relationship.’

‘Right guy, wrong time’: The former TOWIE star, 30, and marketing manager are said to be ‘on different paths’ (pictured during their Safari trip in December)

Ferne last shared a loved-up snap with Jack to Instagram just last week and the pair had moved in together during lockdown.

They had been spotted passionately kissing during a trip to South Africa and later made their romance official in January, telling MailOnline at the time that she was ‘really excited’ about the relationship.

While in March, the former TOWIE star revealed she cannot stop saying ‘I love you’ to the hunk. 

Speaking to The Sun, she admitted that Jack has ‘changed her life’, saying: ‘I feel like he really is The One. I’m in that love bubble and I don’t think that’s going to change. He’s honestly changed my life and that’s it now. I’m so grateful.’  

Ferne, who is mother to daughter Sunday, three, went public with the model in late December after first meeting five years ago in Marbella. 

And she admitted moving in together so quickly has ‘fast-forwarded’ her romance with her ‘calm and kind’ beau. 

Speaking in a recent interview with MailOnline, the mother-of-one explained while she initially found the prospect of letting a new man into her life ‘daunting’, she is confident she has found the ‘right person’ in longtime friend Jack. 

She said: ‘It’s a really healthy honest relationship. It’s an adult relationship and I’m very happy. He’s nice, calm and balanced, and fun. I love him. I did actually say ‘I love you’ first.’ 

Old flames: Ferne and Jack first met five years ago in Marbella and moved in together during the UK lockdown (pictured together in a snap shared in February)

She added: ‘I knew he loved me but he wasn’t going to be the one to say it.’ 

While she shares Sunday with her incarcerated ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins, who is serving over 20 years in jail for an acid attack, babies are not on the cards yet.

She went on: ‘It’s too soon for all that, and I don’t want to scare him off – but I have discussed baby names with him. But we’re not planning for a baby yet. I just want to enjoy life with him first for a few more years to have fun with him.’ 

Ferne told MailOnline in October last year she had been using celebrity-dating app Raya to meet her next partner – after turning 30 months earlier and asking herself: ‘Am I going to be single forever?’

She said at the time: ‘Turning 30… I had that whole moment where I’m still single… as a female, when you’re single at 30 you really start to question yourself and you think ‘am I ever going to find anyone?’ This isn’t what I planned.’  

Doting mama: The reality star is mum to her three-year-old daughter Sunday

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