“This was not what I expected or hoped for and am still trying to process this,” she continued. “2020 was one hell of a year, with covid, battling severe anxiety post-show, balancing a public new relationship, all while slowly losing my mother. It hasn’t been ideal circumstances, but that is life right. I have been looking forward to the light at the end of the tunnel.”
“I may not have all the answers,” she went on, “but I do know this- I will continue to show up, stand by my word, and be committed to love.”
Following their split, it appears like both Clare and Dale are attempting to proceed and recover from their distress. In late January, the 39-year-old hair stylist stated she was concentrating on her future.
“I’m getting to the point now where I’m trying really hard to come back from that and make a U-turn,” she shared on an Instagram Live on Jan. 29, “because it’s a dark place to be in when you’ve got a lot of stuff compiled on each other.”
Dale likewise shared a tearful post the following day, in which he admitted their break up “has f–king rocked me.” He later on included, “I understand [Clare] has actually been f—king going through it, and whatever the case, I understand that we will figure this out together whatever it is.”