Karma: Lisa Armstrong hits back at ex Ant McPartlin after his hurtful comments

She has been through hell and back over the past year.

And Lisa Armstrong was dealt anther devastating blow when her ex-husband Ant McPartlin opened up about his life after their divorce.

Ant spoke to The Sun about his new relationship with his PA, Anne-Marie Corbett.

The 43-year-old credited his new love for ''saving his life'' and being his ''rock.''

He faced a massive backlash on social media from fans who deemed the interview disrespectful to Lisa, who he was with for 23 years.

Ant said, ''Anne-Marie honestly is the fundamental reason for the great change in my life. She’s been my rock. She’s a beautiful soul. We’re very happy.''

He continued, ''I’m in the best place I’ve been in my life, to be honest with you - it’s great.''

Waves of tweets supporting Lisa followed this.

One said, ''Oh she’s his rock....ermmmm 11 years of marriage & supporting him....ermmmm strange....five mins on the scene and she’s a rock....baffled by that statement...completely baffled. #Karma.''

While another wrote, ''Eaten bread is soon forgotten. #Ants new love "saved him"., remember Ant it was @lisaAmakeup who ensured there was any of you left to save. Lisa my dear, I've a feeling you'll be just fine.''

Lisa has maintained a dignified silence throughout all fo this but broke that when she liked a tweet that read, ''I'm with you. Stand proud, stand strong', and Lisa liked the sentiment.''

She also liked, ''Ok so Ant's back, but don’t come back rubbing @LisaArmstrong face in it how his new girlfriend is his saviour. Don’t you think you have hurt Lisa enough? Have some respect Ant.''

Ant also said that he and Lisa don't talk and haven't for a while. 

They split after 11 years of marriage in January 2018 with their divorce being finalised that October.

We think that she's well rid of him - stay strong Lisa. 




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