Rylan Clark reveals why he cheated on husband before split that led to suicide attempt | The Sun

RYLAN Clark has opened up about why he cheated on his husband, which led to their split and his subsequent suicide attempt.

The telly presenter, 33, came clean about being unfaithful to his partner Dan Neal during their six-year marriage because he had been left feeling like he was “not quite good enough”.

In his new book Ten: The Decade That Changed My Future, Rylan writes: “I have no excuses for what I did way back then, but I had my reasons.

“I think for many years I had felt a bit like an imposter. That nothing I was doing was right or not quite good enough.

“There were times when people told me this, and so confirmed my own self-doubts.

“And you know, when it’s those closest to you giving you this feedback, of course you take it to heart.

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“Similarly, someone loving me this way was all I had ever wanted and now I’d found it.

“The reality is that over the course of my relationship I had started to feel wrong: I felt I was wrong for being successful, wrong for being me.”

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However, he was left shocked at his husband’s reaction.

Rylan continues: “He left. Told me it was over and that was that.
“You’re not surprised? I get that. But I couldn’t believe it.”

The heartbreaking admission comes after Rylan told how he had attempted suicide, as he felt so hopeless over the breakdown of the relationship.

In the book, which comes out next week, he says: “For the first time in my 32 years, I felt I couldn’t carry on no more.

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“‘What’s the point?’ I thought. I’d lost what I thought was everything, the one thing I always wanted. A man I loved. A family of my own. And now it was gone.

“So I tried to end it. I won’t go into detail as I don’t think it’s fair on my mum, but thank God I was unsuccessful.”

If you are affected by any of the issues raised in this article, please call the Samaritans for free on 116123.


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