Gary Lucy shares cryptic message after split from Laura Anderson
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Gary Lucy just shared a cryptic message on Instagram following his break up with Laura Anderson.
Fans were left shocked when the pair, who met on Celebs Go Dating, split just hours after announcing they're going to have a baby.
Laura, 33, took to Instagram last Wednesday (15 February) to share a compilation of their pregnancy journey so far.
Alongside the clip, she wrote: "Our hearts are full. Baby Lucy due Summer '23."
Although the couple were recently rumoured to have split, many took the news as confirmation that they were still going strong.
But this couldn't have been further from the truth, as Gary of Hollyoaks fame confirmed they had separated just hours later.
He explained that while his relationship with the Love Island star is over now, he would reconcile with the mum-to-be because he ‘thinks the world of her'.
But yesterday (20 February), Gary shared a cryptic message which some fans have assumed is a subtle dig at the situation.
The quote says, "People that spend time looking for faults in others, should spend time correcting their own," with Gary adding his own caption which reads, "Amen to that."
His post arrived shortly after Laura shared an elusive quote of her own. "I've been choosing peace over people lately," it said. "So far no regrets."
As for why they decided to part ways, the 41-year-old star recently spoke with The Sun and explained that they couldn't come to an agreement about where to live.
Laura was hoping for Gary to move to Glasgow from Essex, but the situation is tricky as he already has four children with his ex-wife Natasha Gray, who also lives in England.
“Laura did want me to move but I have my responsibilities here,” he told the outlet.
"I have four kids and all the things that go along with that so it’s very difficult, if not impossible, to uproot at this time."
Gary said living so far away from his children just wouldn’t work.
“Having gone through a divorce, my children need me and living such a long way from them just would not be possible," he added.
"I wish I could break myself in half. I would if I could."
The actor said he's 'really gutted' and that he 'hasn't and won't stop loving' Laura.
Despite the sad news, Gary said that while the relationship is over, he will continue to support her through the pregnancy - and he's not ruling out anything in the future.
"We can’t get things to work at this time, but who knows what the future holds?" he said. "I think the world of her.
"She’s carrying my child and I love her even more than I did before because of who she is and what she is doing."