Davina McCall hints she’s found love a year after divorce

Davina McCall has hinted she’s could be dating again a year after finalising her divorce from husband Matthew Robinson.

It comes after the TV star told the Mirror in December she was open to finding love after the demise of her 17 year marriage.

Taking to Instagram on Wednesday, Davina liked a post about the secret to finding love and shared it with her 970,000 followers.

It read: "I really, really think the secret to being loved is to love. And the secret to being interesting is to be interested. And the secret to being a friend is being a friend."

Alongside it, Davina wrote: "Amen to that."


Davina and and her husband Matthew called time on their 17 year marriage in 2017. They share children Holly, 17 Tilly, 15 and 12-year-old son Chester.

It was previously reported the TV presenter would split the profits of her 37-acre East Sussex home with Matthew, which they originally purchased for £3.2million.

However, Davina responded to the rumours in a tweet: "’Just for the record I have not and never will discuss my divorce .. money /kids/terms NONE of it with the press so whatever is out there is not from me ( and is rubbish) This is to protect our kids."


During a candid interview with the Mirror in December, Davina touched on the possibility of starting a new relationship.

She said: "What I want is, I want men – and this is for my daughters and for my son and this is for me – to stand next to me as a partner. So everything is a partnership. Everything is like ‘what shall WE do about dinner’?

"It’s not like ‘I’m going to be at work all day and I’m going to cook dinner for you’.

"It used to be ‘What’s for dinner darling?’ And I’d go ‘I’ve got your slippers at the door’.

"It’s not like that any more, we are in a massive time of change. It’s like ‘this is how you can be a man, and find your way as a man and stand next to a woman and support her and she will support you’."

Davina also said she’s never believed in finding a soulmate and confessed she’d fallen for ‘bad boys’ in her youth.

She explained: "There are people who make you feel confident and there are people who put you on shaky ground from the get go, and these are the kinds of relationships I sought when I was a very young girl. I always went for the bad boy, the boy who made me feel insecure, it was terrible fear.

“I’ve always been slightly like, ‘I don’t believe in soulmates’. But I’ve met some couples recently and just thought, ‘I think you are soulmates’.

“The soulmate thing happens when the cogs fit. The really important thing is that you keep talking, so if there is something niggling you, just talk about it because these little, it’s the little things that grow into big things. Without love, that is so hard."

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