Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle SPLITS from wife Emma McVey after two years of marriage
Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle has split from his wife Emma McVey after two years of marriage.
The reality star, 35, took to his Instagram to share the news with his followers as he took part in a Q&A on Monday.
One fan asked if he was still in a relationship with Emma to which he replied: ‘No we actually separated about 3 weeks ago we are still friends there is no bad blood or anything.
‘We have worked out the best way of doing it for the kids which for me and Emma is always gunna be the most important thing. We both deserve to be happy as well as being parents.’
Gaz and Emma have two children together a son Chester, five, and a daughter called Primrose, three.
Over: Geordie Shore star Gaz Beadle has split from his wife Emma after two years of marriage (pictured together)
Brood: Gaz and Emma have two children together a son Chester, five, and a daughter called Primrose, three
Emma has yet to address the split on her social media.
Gaz – real name Gary – is known primarily for appearing in the MTV reality series Geordie Shore from 2011 to 2017.
In 2015, he appeared in the second series of Ex on the Beach, and later returned to take part in the All Stars fifth series in 2016.
The pair married in July 2021 with both their children watching them walk down the aisle.
The ceremony took place in Cheshire with 90 people in attendance.
The couple had been together for three years before getting engaged in 2019.
It comes after a difficult year for Emma who had to have a life-saving heart operation in January.
The model and influencer had open heart surgery to mend three holes in her heart and her triscupid valve – which controls blood flow between the right atrium and right ventricle.
After Emma told how she was terrified of not seeing her husband and two children again, sharing that she’d ‘mentally prepared’ herself that they’d said their ‘last goodbye’ when her family dropped her off at the hospital.
Sad: The reality star, 35, took to his Instagram to share the news with his followers as he took part in a Q&A on Monday
Sweet: The pair married in July 2021 with both their children watching them walk down the aisle
Happy: The couple had been together for three years before getting engaged in 2019 (Gaz seen proposing)
Before: Emma is seen showing off her engagement ring after Gaz got down on one knee and proposed
She told The Sun of her ordeal: ‘They came to the hospital to drop me off and Gary had to drive away with the kids crying their eyes out after we said goodbye.
‘That was the hardest bit. I had to mentally prepare myself that it could be my last goodbye.
‘I knew in surgery I’d be connected to a heart machine2 that would be keeping me alive while my heart was stopped, and I kept thinking, ‘They’re not going to be able to start my heart again’. I thought, ‘I’m going to get put to sleep and I’m not coming back out’.’
Emma, who was born with three holes in her heart, also opened up about the tough recovery from the six-hour operation, which left her struggling to move and in immense pain.
She said: ‘I had a big tube in my neck with lots of wires coming out. I couldn’t sit up or move on my side and because the morphine made me sick, I didn’t want to press my morphine button so I probably wasn’t taking as much medication as I should, which added to the pain.’
However, Emma’s recovery suffered a major setback as she then suffered a collapsed lung, which then triggered a surgical emphysema, which is a rare lung condition which sees air become trapped under the skin.
The beauty soon recovered however and six days later she was allowed to return home to her family.
In the aftermath of her procedure, Emma took to her Instagram where she expressed her gratitude to the medical staff who helped her through her difficult time.
She penned: ‘I came into this month with a healthy heart, I’ll never be able to thank my surgeon, doctors, nurses and everyone else involved. I had 2 small holes, 1 large hole and my triscupid valve repaired.
‘They’ve given me a new life to enjoy with my babies and really don’t get the credit they deserve ♥️
‘I’ve come so far since this photo 2 weeks ago, right after this was taken I was crying and throwing up all over myself unable to move, my brother and mum just swapping buckets under my chin.
‘Day 2 I cried from the pain trying to take a deep breath in and cough, day 3 asking how I’ll ever be able to get myself out of bed. Here I am now, I left the house yesterday and watched the kids play outside on their bikes and I’ve never been happier.’
Emma, who for years had suffered with seizures, exhaustion and fainting episodes due to her condition and who also suffered with ulcerative colitis (an autoimmune bowel disease where the colon becomes inflamed and ulcers develop), was left with an eight inch scar after her surgery.
And the star has since been praised for normalising scars after sharing a snap of her scar on social media.
Emma insisted that she didn’t want to ‘hide it’ from her children or on social media, telling how she wants to show kids getting heart surgery that a scar is ‘something to be proud of.’
Meanwhile, after making a full recovery, Emma shared her joy that she and Gaz can now try for a third baby – after she’d learned that carrying her first two children could have been fatal due to the extra strain it would have put on her heart.
Tough: It comes after a difficult year for Emma who had to have a life-saving heart operation in January
Upset: After Emma told how she was terrified of not seeing her husband and two children again, sharing that she’d ‘mentally prepared’ herself that they’d said their ‘last goodbye’
Happier times: Emma is pictured on her hen do in Manchester before tying the knot with Gaz in 2021
She shared that she’d like to have a third child ‘in the future’ but isn’t ready for a baby ‘kicking in my ribs’ quite yet.
She has previously spoken openly about her health woes, admitting that they have resulted in dramatic weight loss, and means she cannot carry another child without having heart surgery.
Explaining the situation in 2021, Emma shared: ‘I have three large holes in my heart and damaged tissue which is causing my blood to pass through the wrong direction, the right side of my heart is now enlarged and weak, along with high blood pressure in my lungs.
‘This has all got a lot worse as they should of been closed when I was a child, unfortunately no one checked my heart even when I had seizures and diagnosed with epilepsy or fainted like it was a hobby.’
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