Back in July last year, Brian and Vogue announced their decision to split after nearly three years of marriage. Since then, however, the pair have remained good friends and appearing on ITV's Loose Women, earlier today, Vogue tried to explain the couple's amicable relationship - despite their break up.
She claimed it was easy to maintain as neither she or Brian have yet moved on, but Vogue did also share her concerns about her ex meeting someone new.
She told the Loose Women panel: "It is a weird one. Honestly we've had absolute killings with each other as well, we didn't just go from being married to being very best friends, it's hard. What probably makes it easier right now is that neither of us have moved on.
"When he moves on," Vogue continued. "Of course, I'm going to be jealous. It's just going to be a natural reaction."
She then added: "My biggest worry is that his new girlfriend won't let me be his friend."
Vogue was then asked if she thought there was any hope of her and Brian rekindling their romance in the future and she admitted, right now, she couldn't see the pair getting back together.
"I would never say never, but no, not right now," she claimed. "We're so good at being friends, but when it comes to being a couple, we aren't as good at that."
Nine months ago, Vogue revealed she and Brian had decided to separate on Twitter. At the time, she addressed her fans on the social media site and tweeted: "It is with sadness that Brian and I have made the tough decision to go our separate ways. We will always care greatly about each other, remain friends and wish each other all the very best for the future."
Fans had been shocked at the couple's decision to split, as there had been no sign of trouble in their relationship. Vogue and Brian married in Italy in September 2012.
Following their break up, Brian insisted he 'didn't want to lose Vogue as a friend.'
Shedding some light on their split, in an interview with The Mirror, Brian revealed: "People don't understand. It was an amicable split-up and we are still best friends. She stays at my house a couple of times a week. We still have a dog together and she still takes my kids out. We are genuinely best friends – that is a part of the relationship that never changes."
He added: "It's the best break-up I've ever had, the easiest one in history. The worst thing would be losing Vogue as a friend."
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