Elizabeth Hurley separated from husband

Elizabeth Hurley has announced that she and husband Arun Nayar separated “months ago” following revelations in the British News of the Word newspaper that she had been having a fling with Australian cricket legend Shane Warne and had spent time with him in a London hotel. She wrote on her twitter page: “Not a great day. For the record, my husband Arun & I separated a few months ago. Our close family & friends were aware of this.” According to the News of the World, Warne invited Hurley to stay with him while he was in London filming interviews for his TV talk show Warnie. The retired cricketer was seen dining with the brunette beauty and her ex-fiancé Hugh Grant at the Sake No Hana Japanese restaurant last Wednesday evening. After dinner, the 45-year-old star went back to the 41-year-old former sportsman’s luxury suite at The Bentley Hotel to spend the night and she reportedly spent the next evening in his room as well. Hurley — who has an eight-year-old son Damian from a previous relationship — started dating Nayar in late 2002 and the pair married in March 2007 at Sudeley Castle in Gloucestershire.

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  1. Christie • December 13, 2010 @ 5:51 PM

    Wow, great role modelling, Liz. How’s her son ever supposed to trust a woman when his own mother couldn’t be trusted to keep her paws off another guy when she’s married? He’s going to think all women are sluts. Nice going.

  2. Samantha • December 14, 2010 @ 9:23 AM

    Both she and Hugh Grant make me sick. They were meant to be together, they’re both pigs who don’t know what the meaning of commitment is.

  3. mandee • December 14, 2010 @ 11:21 AM

    i love hugh grant, and i find both of your comments to be very rude and offensive to the people they are about. elizabeth said her and her husband were separated before anything happened, who are any of you to judge her and what she does? for all you know, they could have been waiting for the divorce papers. its nobodys business but theirs. the way some of you people talk about strangers just because they are in the spotlight, makes me sick. people like you are whats wrong with the world today. no tolerance!

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