He separated from former police officer Dan Neal last June after six years of marriage.
And Rylan Clark is set to delve into the breakdown of his marriage in a new book as he took to Instagram on Thursday to announce he had penned a revealing memoir, titled TEN, to mark a decade in showbiz .
The former X Factor star, 33, admitted last year in particular: “I’ve learned so many lessons!” before adding: “it’s been a journey” by revealing that the autobiography will be released on September 29.
Tell-all: Rylan Clark, 33, is set to delve into the breakdown of his marriage in a new book as he took to Instagram on Thursday to announce he had penned a tell-all memoir, titled TEN
Rylan wrote alongside: ‘TEN: The decade that changed my future. wow. All emotions. This book celebrates my ten years in this crazy industry. We all know I should have lasted ten minutes, so how I lasted ten years I’ll never know.
‘I learned so many lessons, especially last year, but it’s been a journey, and I can’t wait to share it with you very soon.
‘You can pre-order your copy from the link in my bio and if you’re quick you can also pick up a signed copy from @waterstones ya lucky animals.
“And if the audiobooks are a bit about you, you can pre-order the audiobook to be played by, yes – yours truly. In stores September 29, I can’t wait for you all to read it xx.’
Hard 12 months! The former X Factor star notably acknowledged last year, “I’ve learned so many lessons!” before adding: ‘it’s been a trip’
Rylan quit his BBC Radio 2 show for four months last year after splitting from husband Dan Neal.
Sources close to the former Celebrity Big Brother star told the Mail on Sunday that the couple had tried to reconcile in their marital home after spending much of the summer with his mother, Linda, who appears on his show of Saturday afternoon.
They said, “Things felt so good, like they were back together. They hoped they could avoid divorce, but now it seems to be the only way forward.
Friends have insisted the couple have spent weeks ‘trying to work through their issues’ but the marriage is now said to be beyond repair.
Candid: In June, Rylan confirmed that he and Dan had separated (photo from 2017)
Rylan’s absence from Radio 2, social media and hosting the Eurovision Song Contest in May has led to speculation.
In June, Rylan broke his silence to say, “Following reports that Dan and I are spending time apart, I feel like I have to speak up because the way this is being reported is unfair.”
“I made a number of mistakes which I deeply regret and which inevitably led to the breakdown of our marriage.”
The couple tied the knot in 2015 at Braxted Park in Essex with guests including her This Morning co-stars Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes.
They met in 2013 and got engaged in Paris. In July 2016 they replaced Eamonn and Ruth, becoming the first gay couple to present the ITV programme.
Over: Rylan quit his BBC Radio 2 show for four months last year after splitting from former policeman Dan Neal (pictured in May 2017)
In January, Rylan told The Sun on Sunday how he had become “dangerously skinny” and “mentally ill” after his marriage to Dan broke up.
He said: “I got sick and lost weight, went down to less than 10 stone – and I’m six foot four so it’s not good.” The honest truth is that it was shit.
“I didn’t deal with what happened and now I am. I didn’t feel well and it was a very difficult time for me.
“My mother was very worried about me, as was my whole family. I don’t disappear for four months – it doesn’t happen by chance.
“Mum saved my life and one of my biggest regrets this year was putting my mum through discomfort. I needed to come back to me.
Most recently, Rylan was forced to miss his BBC Radio 2 show for two weeks after being rushed to hospital for an “extended stay”.
He took to social media to reveal he had been rushed to hospital where he remained “prolonged”.
The Supermarket Sweep host posted a picture of himself with an IV in his arm after being bedridden with the flu.
Rylan has not confirmed why he was in the hospital.
Worrying! It comes after Rylan was forced to miss his BBC Radio 2 show for two weeks after being rushed to hospital for an ‘extended stay’