Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Seal takes off wedding ring

Seal

Seal has finally taken off his wedding ring following his split from Heidi Klum.

The couple announced they were ending their seven-year marriage last month and maintained that they would remain civil throughout the breakup.

But the British singer was pictured not wearing his band for the first time when arriving in Australia yesterday.

The 48-year-old was sporting bright yellow nail varnish and his left hand was clearly on display.

Seal had initially said that he had "no intention" of removing the ring symbolising his union with the

German supermodel and told talk show host Ellen DeGeneres he planned to wear it for the foreseeable future.

"Just because we have decided to separate doesn't necessarily mean you take off your ring and you're no longer connected to that person," he voiced.

"It's a token of how I feel about this woman. It feels really comfortable on my hand."

Seal has travelled to Australia to appear in the country's version of talent competition The Voice.

The couple are said to want to remain civil with each other for the sake of the four children they raise together; Leni, seven, Henry, six, Johan, five, and Lou, two.

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