Having second thoughts? Lisa Armstrong rethinks divorcing Ant McPartlin as she believes their marriage is 'worth fighting for'
Lisa Armstrong and Ant McPartlin may not get a divorce after all, as Lisa reportedly believes their marriage is worth fighting for. She hopes after rehab Ant may come back to her.
Lisa Armstrong and Ant McPartlin were married for 12 long years until the couple decided to end their marriage and announced their split in January. But it seems like Ant's recent arrest in the drink and drive case might just be able to save their broken marriage.
Sources close to Lisa say that the incident made her ponder her decision of ending their marriage and now she feels she might just be ready to give it a last shot. “Lisa’s gone through all the emotions you face when you have a difficult break-up – heartache, anger, and disappointment," a source said, according to Mirror. “She’s had time apart from Ant and it’s given her a chance to reflect and think about the future."
The source went on to add that the make-up artist believes that the pair should not think about separation at this point in their lives and see where the relationship is headed by giving it yet another chance. “Lisa has decided the marriage could be worth fighting for. She thinks getting a divorce any time soon could be a mistake," the source added.
This comes after a source close to Lisa told the Sun that Lisa is ready to give them another chance but only if Ant decided to ditch his toxic friends. Lisa has told close pals that she thinks Ant is lost without her and that the toxic people around him turned him against her," a close friend of the pair told the tabloid.
“She thinks the fact he’s now hit rock-bottom will push him back to her and that he wasn’t thinking straight when he filed for divorce," the friend added. According to the friend, Lisa believes that Ant may want them to get back together once he is out of rehab. "Lisa thinks that deep down he wants her back, and thinks once he’s out of rehab they can rekindle."
Following the drink and drive incident in which Ant pleaded guilty, the actor went back to rehab and announced that he won't be returning to television for a long time. After pleading guilty, the court declared that he had to pay a fine of £86,000 and has been banned from driving for 20 months.