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Sunday 29 May 2016

Marsh and Lomas divorced in 60 secs

Published 10/01/2014

Kym Marsh and Jamie Lomas have been granted a divorce
Kym Marsh and Jamie Lomas have been granted a divorce

Kym Marsh and Jamie Lomas have had their divorce granted in less than a minute.

The pair, who married in September 2012, were divorced with 36 other couples this morning (January 10).

Neither were present at the hearing but just minutes after district judge Graham Stuart finalised the divorce, Kym tweeted: "I have literally had THE best morning .. . Looking forward to mummy and Polly shopping now! Need a new top."

The 37-year-old Coronation Street actress filed for divorce from the 33-year-old EastEnders actor in October 2013 citing Jamie's "erratic behaviour". They were reported to be living separately last summer.

The couple had been together for five years before the split and were engaged for more than two years. Their relationship was rocked in 2012 after pictures were published in a newspaper of Jamie asleep on a bed with a girl who claimed she had kissed him.

The couple have two-year-old daughter Polly together and Kym has two teenage children from a previous relationship.

Jamie was spotted this week sharing a bottle of wine at a Heathrow bar with 23-year-old model Chloe Peers, before flying to Los Angeles. Kym has just returned from a holiday in Tenerife.

Kym got married to another EastEnders actor, Jack Ryder, in 2002, but they divorced in 2009.

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