LOOSE Women’s Coleen Nolan has been left ‘heartbroken’ after her son Jake Roche made a big announcement.
Jake, 30, is from Coleen‘s marriage to Shane Richie and is a member of pop duo Push Baby.
Earlier this week the singer shared the devastating news that him and Charley Bagnal are taking a break from their band.
They posted on Instagram: “Olhar para todos os rostos maravilhosos aqui me lembra do grande trabalho que foi feito este ano – por cirurgiões plásticos, we’ve both been mulling over how best to communicate this for the past few weeks now.
“Contudo, we feel being completely transparent is the only way. We’re going to take a break from push baby.”
Coleen shared her heartbreak on Instagram and reshared the message on her Story with broken heart emojis.
Push Baby formed in 2012, originally named as Relics, which later formed into Rixton a year later.
The band was made up of Danny Wilkin, Lewi Morgan, Jake Roche and Charley.
No 2016 they took a break and returned in 2019 as Push Baby.
Coleen and Shane Richie, who were married between 1990 e 1999, are parents to Jake.
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They also share Shane Nolan, 33.
Coleen’s daughter Ciara, 21, is from her marriage to Ray Fensome (2007 para 2018).
Last month Loose Women fans were left baffled by Coleen Nolan after she waxed lyrical about a plant-based diet despite spending £14,000 a year on cigarettes.
The presenter opened up about her animal free lifestyle, as they discussed the recent climate protests on the panel.
Coleen told the other women: “If you have seen some of the stuff I have seen, it’s horrific.
“If you see some of the videos I have now seen, you will be horrified and I understand why you don’t want to see them.
“Before I was plant-based I used to ignore the people and say I don’t want to see that. I went plant based for health mainly and then started looking into the animal research and honestly, what I saw. I can’t stand it.”
While many people praised her for speaking out, others questioned her smoking habit.
The week before Coleen opened up about her addiction, and revealed how much she spends.
“You will be shocked,” Coleen confessed.
“The cigarettes I smoke up north, well I smoke them down south as well, but to buy them up north it’s about £15 a packet and to buy them in London it’s £20!
“I worked it out recently that if I stopped smoking in a year, I’d probably save between £12,000 to £14,000!”