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Love Island’s Maura Higgins Says She’s Divorced From Curtis Pritchard Because They ‘Never Seen Each Other’

Love Island’s Maura Higgins reveals she split from Curtis Pritchard because they ‘never saw’ each other … while slapping romance rumors with DOI’s Alexander Demetriou

Love Island star Maura Higgins revealed that her split from Curtis Pritchard happened because of the struggle to maintain a long-distance relationship.

To talk with The sun On Sunday, Irish beauty, 29, admitted that the couple “never got to see each other” after their time at the villa, and they had such busy schedules that they could barely keep up with what the other was doing.

Naming the period after the show ended ‘the worst time of [her] life, “explained Maura that she worked so much that she became sick from the exhaustion and stress she endured.

End of the road: Love Island's Maura Higgins revealed she split from Curtis Pritchard for 'never seeing each other' while discussing their relationship on Sunday

End of the road: Love Island’s Maura Higgins revealed she split from Curtis Pritchard for ‘never seeing each other’ while discussing their relationship on Sunday

As to how this affected her relationship, Maura said, “Curtis and I barely saw each other. In the beginning it was very difficult because I was so in love with him and we never saw each other.

“When we did, it was a lot of fun because you got the time to miss someone. But sometimes it takes two weeks. ‘

Maura further admitted that while they ‘did really well’ when she started Dancing on Ice, their busy schedules ‘took a toll on the relationship’.

Denial: Maura slammed romance rumors with her married Dancing On Ice patner Alexander Demetriou for saying they are just 'very close friends'

Denial: Maura slammed romance rumors with her married Dancing On Ice patner Alexander Demetriou for saying they are just 'very close friends'

Denial: Maura slammed romance rumors with her married Dancing On Ice patner Alexander Demetriou for saying they are just ‘very close friends’

Struggle: Maura admitted that the couple 'barely saw' each other after their time in the villa, and they had such busy work schedules that it 'took their toll on their relationship

Struggle: Maura admitted that the couple 'barely saw' each other after their time in the villa, and they had such busy work schedules that it 'took their toll on their relationship

Struggle: Maura admitted that the couple ‘barely saw’ each other after their time in the villa, and they had such busy work schedules that it ‘took their toll on their relationship

Maura worked with married professional skater Alexander Demetriou during her time on the show, and she turned down because she claimed they were romantically involved.

She explained that they have stayed ‘close’ and will do this regardless of the rumors, and she said, ‘Obviously we’ll be close just like any other partner on the show. But that’s it. We are good friends and we get along well. ‘

The Love Island star added that because of the claims, she wouldn’t be “afraid to hang out” with Alexander as she likes to continue her skating training.

Difficult: About how this affected her relationship, Maura said, “It was very difficult at first because I was so in love with him and we never got to see each other.”

Aside: Maura went on to admit that while they 'did really well' when she started dancing on ice, their busy schedules made it too difficult

Aside: Maura went on to admit that while they 'did really well' when she started dancing on ice, their busy schedules made it too difficult

Aside: Maura went on to admit that while they ‘did really well’ when she started dancing on ice, their busy schedules made it too difficult

She also talked about Caroline Flack’s tragic death, and Maura admitted she was “speechless” when she heard the star committed suicide in February.

Maura described one of the interactions that touched her most during her time on Love Island and picked up on how Caroline took her to tell her how much the public loved her, telling her she was perceived as a ‘feminist icon’.

She called Caroline a “wonderful” person, adding that after her death she felt “really sad,” but was particularly concerned about the star’s family and close friends, and how they could have handled their grief.

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Moving: Maura also spoke of Caroline Flack's tragic death and Maura admitted she was 'speechless' when she heard the news of the presenter's death in February

Moving: Maura also spoke of Caroline Flack's tragic death and Maura admitted she was 'speechless' when she heard the news of the presenter's death in February

Moving: Maura also spoke of Caroline Flack’s tragic death and Maura admitted she was ‘speechless’ when she heard the news of the presenter’s death in February

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