JUST weeks after they reunited, Kelly Brook and David McIntosh have split up.
The pair briefly hooked up two weeks ago after they announced they had ended their engagement but it appears once again they are over.
Kelly said: “Maybe it’s not my time to find love at the moment. I think it’s good to focus on myself and other things. There are more important things in the world.
”I’m very happy. I am a single, happy girl living in a great town and working with fantastic people.
“I am living out here (in LA) – it’s fantastic. I have a great job, I’ve got great friends. I just surround myself with positive, nice people and that’s all you can do. It’s just part of life.”
And David, who grew up in Ashton and New Springs, was seen partying with a brunette who was not Kelly just days ago back in the UK.
Just before the new split David told OK! about how he and Kelly were on good terms.
He said: “I’ve just come back from Los Angeles and we’re talking, we’re fine.”
He also addressed cheating rumours, saying: “There’s been a lot of stuff in the media recently, but to be honest, let them write it. It’s a total misconception. What was in the papers did affect my life and that is sad. Until it affects my loved ones it doesn’t bother me, but in this case it did in a very bad way, so yes that did annoy me.”
He added that he felt Kelly needed to apologise for her part in the break up, saying: “I didn’t do anything wrong.”
He also told Closer magazine: “Certain things that were said on Twitter were cruel. It shouldn’t be aired to everyone. It’s been made bigger so it’s been harder to get back together. I wanted to keep things private. But I want to focus on my work and she wants to focus on hers. It was annoying to be accused of something I didn’t do. You can’t say sorry for something you haven’t done.”
And as the 28-year-old was keen to dispel the myth of him being a gym junkie, saying: “People see me as that Gladiator Tornado who loves himself, but that’s just my job. I’m not vain. When I left the Marines I did a lot of youth work. I grew up in quite a rough area but I had good role models with my older brothers and my dad, who was a policeman. I’d like to be a good role model for young guys who have come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Fitness should give you discipline.”
As a result, he has launched his Devil Dawg Nutrition range. He said: “It’s something I am really passionate about. There’s lots of it on the market but I’ve had a friend, who is a doctor, research the best ingredients.”