Her Instagram page is usually filled with exercise-related content.
But fans of Davina McCall will know that her account has changed direction in recent months – with focus shifting onto relationship philosophy.
In fact, the latter has dominated her uploads since the summer, which suggests her marriage woes were steadily manifesting on social media.
Now, in light of her impending divorce, it seems the signs of a struggle were most definitely there.
Most recently she posted a message which read: ‘Every morning we get a chance to be different. A chance to change. A chance to be better. Your past is your past. Leave it there. Get on with the future.’
She added personal context to this by saying: “I really know about this one… I have made so many mistakes in my life… but there is always a new day”.
In another she said: “Listen to the wind, it talks. Listen to the silence, it speaks. Listen to your heart, it knows”, while a third quipped: “Some days she has no idea how she’ll do it, but it always gets done.”
Another, slight barbed post said: “When I say ‘I’m fine’ I actually mean ‘just hug me'”.
She captioned this with: “This is very true…fine is very rarely fine…and I really love a hug!!!! But today, just in case any of my mates are worried…. I’m doing great”.
A short time later she posted a quote by Robin Sharma which seemed to acknowledge her dying romance, saying: “Change is hard at first, messy in the middle and gorgeous at the end”.
Once again, she added her own take on the wise words, captioning it: “Real change, for me, always comes when my back is well and truly up against the wall…I usually fight it. I often fear it…but it always works out in the end.”
In another message, she hinted at her own personal gender war, posting a series of ‘deadly terms’ used by a woman – even though the reverse spark cause outrage if posted by a man.
It included a ‘decoding’ of common phrases, including ‘OK’, which are explained to actually mean ‘she is thinking long and hard about how you will pay for your mistake’.
A third message then said: “I am built from every mistake I have made.”