Dannii Minogue denies split reports
Monday 30 May 2011
Former X Factor judge Dannii Minogue and boyfriend Kris Smith insisted today they remain "committed to their relationship" after reports that they had split.
The 39-year-old and her partner of three years have a baby son, Ethan, who is 11 months old.
They released a statement which said: "We're happy to be back at home in Melbourne together as a family. We are committed to our relationship and Ethan as always."
The Daily Mirror reported today that the couple had been living apart for seven weeks and had written a number of Twitter entries about love.
According to the newspaper, Minogue wrote: "Never chase love. If it isn't given freely by another person, it's not worth having."
Smith Tweeted: "You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone." The entries were later deleted.
Minogue was a popular judge on reality series The X Factor but quit earlier this month, saying that filming clashed with her commitments on another series, Australia's Got Talent.
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