Henson not yet ready for dating scene

Henson not yet ready for dating scene

Gavin Henson isn’t ready to move on from Charlotte Church.

The Welsh rugby ace – who has two-year-old daughter Ruby and 20-month-old son Dexter with the singer-and-presenter – admitted while he has come to terms with the demise of their relationship, he is not about to start dating anyone else.

He told new! magazine: “It’s not great what’s going on. But it’s happened and these things happen. I can’t speak for Charlotte, but I know I’m not ready to meet someone new. I’m throwing myself into my kids at the moment.

“Obviously, I don’t see them every day but I see them about three or four times a week which is great, I suppose.”

The sportsman is hopeful about the prospect of having more children in the future, but currently wants to focus his attentions on Ruby and Dexter.

He told Britain’s Star magazine: “That’s the last thing I’m thinking about. I’ve always wanted a big family so I don’t know how all that is going to work out. My priority is Ruby and Dexter, and being the best dad I can be.

“I’m not the kind of person to have regrets. I wouldn’t change anything. I try and learn from my mistakes.”

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