The R&B girl group were big chart hitters back in the 1990s, selling around 10 million albums worldwide. However, Louise left the band right after their debut album Always & Forever but Eternal stuck together until 2000. The band did have a brief comeback in 2013, but Louise hasn’t reunited with the trio since leaving. Nevertheless, she’s now open to an Eternal reunion, in the form of one-off gigs.
She said: “It’s been really tough.
“But I mean, you know, he’s my best friend. It’s been really tough but things happen.
“I saw him yesterday and it was all good. We had school meetings and stuff, like you do, so all good.”
Their divorce went through just over a year ago after announcing their split following months of rumours that the marriage was on the rocks.
They were married for 19 years, having tied the knot in 1998.
Asked if she had plans for Valentine’s day now. she replied: “Oh god! Do you know what? No!
“I hate Valentine’s Day now,” she added.
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