Kevin Clifton opens up about wife Karen taking a lover for the first time

Kevin Clifton is absolutely fine with the fact that ex-wife Karen has moved on to a new lover – singer David Webb.

The 36-year-old Strictly Come Dancing hun k saw his marriage with Venezuelan-born beauty Karen collapse last year after tying-the-knot back in 2015.

But now that his 36-year-old ex has moved on with tall and handsome opera singer David, 35, Kevin has revealed he only has the best wishes for the pair as they embark on their romance together.

Speaking to The Sun, Kev explained that he is delighted to see his former wife happy again – and explains that he hasn’t given up on love himself.

Kevin explained that he is happy to see his ex-wife dating someone new

“I’ve got so much respect for her. I just want her to be happy,” he told the newspaper.

“She seems very happy and she came to my launch night of Rock of Ages, which was great,” he continued.

Kevin went on to explain that he and Karen wanted to be mature about their break up – and that neither of them want the split to impact their professional lives as they work in such a close working community – and they even had a UK tour together last year following their split.

Karen Clifton and Kevin were married between 2015 and 2018

Kevin romped to Strictly victory in 2019 alongside Stacey Dooley

“We wanted to be as adult as possible and be calm about it. We didn’t want to drive ourselves mad. We wanted to carry on working together at Strictly and do our tour together,” he said.

The star – who won Strictly last year with BBC investigative journalist Stacey Dooley – also said he will be looking for love again (and plans to start a family) when the time is right.

“I would like to meet someone in the future but it’s not something I’m focusing on at the moment,” he said – adding: “One day I’ll have children – but I’ve got to have a girlfriend first.”

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