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Joanna Krupa opened up about her divorce from Miami night club owner Romain Zago saying the heartbreaking experience has left her feeling 'unbreakable', Daily can reveal.
And the 39-year-old reality TV star - who finalized her divorce on August 17 - admits she's 'delighted' that she froze her eggs three years ago, because she can still fulfill her dream of having children.
Richard, 55, returned to St Marys Church in Finedon for his usual weekly service but this time he was being followed by the Strictly cameras.
Back in the pulpit, he revealed he had battled through a back injury during the grueling training sessions ahead of the BBCOne show next Saturday before showing off his footwork to his 300 parishioners.
But earlier this week, Dame Joan Collins criticized those that go on the dancing show if they're older than that milestone.
She declared to Lorraine Kelly that 'no one over 45 should do Strictly Come Dancing'.
'Two people I know have done it,' she said of the popular BBC dancing series.
But despite spending 'weeks' crying alone into her pillow, she has come through the split feeling stronger than ever, plowing her time into work to fend off depression.
You just gotta keep going.'Krupa says she still believes in love, but credits not giving up her own career for being able to deal with the heartache.'I'm a hard worker, I'm very independent, so I think the fact that I have always had my own career, that really helped me as well,' she said.'And thank goodness I never gave up my career for a man because you know what, maybe right now I would not be in the situation that I am.'I still believe in love and finding the man I will still have kids with.
You never know what life can bring.' 'It's just that certain things in a relationship that don't necessarily work out': Krupa said she and Romain Zago (pictured leaving court in Miami after officially signing divorce papers) respect the ten years they shared as a couple She added: 'I would love to have a boy and a girl - that is my dream.'Polish-born Krupa says she is solely 'focused' on work for the moment, adding that her inner-strength comes from her childhood when she and her family emigrated from Poland to move to the US.'I helped raised my sister so I think I just grew with thick skin and no matter what, I think I'll be okay, she said, adding: 'I think I'm tougher than anything right now and I'm unbreakable right now.'Krupa has previously said she lost seven pounds after the split, enduring the 'worst Christmas imaginable'.
Joanna Krupa told Daily she cried for weeks when her ex husband Romain Zago asked for a divorce.
But after recovering from heartbreak, the Real Housewives star said she feels stronger than ever The Real Housewives of Miami alum told Daily Mail.com: 'You gotta keep going, you can't hide under a blanket or underneath your bed and just be like, "I give up on everything".