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Whilst we have grown apart, we love and cherish our wonderful daughter Missy and together we will prioritise her happy upbringing.
More than anything, they had grown apart in those three years,'' Susan said.
We have had the deepest respect for one another and continue to love each other very much, but we have grown apart.
Robert Shapiro, chairman and chief executive, said the two segments had grown apart, becoming distinct businesses with different needs and strategies.
Following their second outing, Escape From Guantanamo Bay, the pals have grown apart with Harold (John Cho) now a married Wall Street trader, while his old pal Kumar (Kal Penn) lives in a shabby apartment smoking doobie after doobie.
Group members Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts, Kimberley Walsh and Cheryl Cole have started planning for their reunion but they do not want any participation from their Northern Irish band mate Nadine as they collectively feel that they have all grown apart from her.
I'm told the pair, who were engaged to be married, have simply grown apart but have vowed to remain friends.
The 32-year-old star said she and Daniel Johns, the frontman of rock band Silverchair, had grown apart due to pressures of work.
The real issue is that we have grown apart over the years.
It's an old story, but they have simply grown apart over the years.
magazine: "As sad as it is, maybe our relationship had become routine and we had grown apart.
American Tracie, who is the biological mother of the British millionaire duo's twins and the triplets due in February, says she and her husband Jeff have simply grown apart.