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The Only Way Is Essex star Bobby Norris shares fitness post about ‘healing’ days after splitting from boyfriend

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Towie’s Bobby Norris shared fitness post about ‘healing’ (Picture:@bobbycnorris/Instagram)

The Only Way Is Essex star Bobby Norris has shared a fitness post about ‘healing’ just days after splitting from his boyfriend Matt Snape.

The reality star, who recently opened up about his fitness transformation, shared a snap of himself working out along with the caption: ‘Everything heals’.

‘Everything heals… Your body heals. Your heart heals. The mind heals,’ the Instagram post began.

‘Your soul repairs itself. Your happiness is always going to come back. Bad times don’t last…’

Bobby’s followers rushed to send him messages of love and support.

One commented: ‘Lots of love lovely boy.’

Another said: ‘So so sorry to hear about you and Matt I really hope you 2 can work through it and sort things out as your made for each other. My heart breaks for you Bobby.’

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Bobby shared this snap as he spoke to his followers about ‘healing’ (Picture:@bobbycnorris/Instagram)

‘Aww Bobby hope your ok,’ one added.

Other fans went on to praise Bobby’s fitness journey as they commented on ‘how far he’d come’.

It comes just days after Bobby announced that he and fellow Towie star Matt had gone separate ways.

Speaking about the ‘recent speculation’ regarding his relationship, Bobby said on Instagram: ‘I can confirm that Matt and I are no longer together.

‘We share some amazing memories of our time together and I truly wish him all the best.. x’

At the beginning of his fitness transformation in August, Bobby also opened up about being subjected to homophobic abuse.

In May, Bobby addressed a number of MPs, where he detailed the abuse he has been faced with since first appearing in the public eye on the ITV2 show in 2012.

He has had trolls telling him to kill himself ‘almost daily’ while also launching homophobic attacks at the star.

As part of the government investigation into online abuse Norris spoke to The Petitions Committee about Bobby’s Bill, which aims to make online homophobia a criminal offence.


Credit: Original article published here.

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