Fans of TV presenter Rylan Clark took to Twitter in an outpouring of affection for him after he shared a heartbreaking tweet in the early hours of Sunday morning. The much-loved TV favorite has become a household name thanks to his work on This Morning, Ready Steady Cook and Big Brother, but appeared emotional when he posted the message at 1.49am on Sunday.
Rylan split from husband Dan Neal last year and seemed to be struggling after a night out with friends, reports Hull Live.
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He wrote: “Have you ever had an evening where you had a really good night with friends…However, on the way home you sit and think, would you much rather have a night with Netflix and someone who close to your heart…yeah that girl.” (sic)
Fans were quick to offer messages of support for the star, with Annette Lloyd saying, “Rylan, you are a diamond and that Time will come when you will meet Someone worthy of you.”
Kirstie Hackett also wrote: “You have to go out to see your friends and who knows one of these nights you might run into this one. Try not to be sad xxx”
Meanwhile, Nicola Davies tweeted: “It will come – but the only way it will happen is when you feel good again. So you need those nights out with friends. Take your time honey. xxxx”
The posts continued throughout the day and even into Monday morning, with Dawn Kinsey adding, “Rylan, you can be with one person and feel lonely, learn to love yourself. The best thing I’ve ever had. made was to be a single person, by choice and because of many bad experiences I came into this world alone, I will come out of it the same… you are a special man, I am sure you meet that special someone again.”
Celebrities also threw their support behind Rylan, including Holby City and Hollyoaks actor Jeremy Edwards, who tweeted “It’s always the darkest before dawn my friend x”.
Rylan previously announced he was splitting from longtime partner Dan early last year, before later confirming the couple had divorced after six years together.
The It Takes Two host, 33, also revealed he struggled both physically and mentally after the split, sparking widespread concern among family, friends and fans.