’s widow has split from her boyfriend Sean Boggans.
Kelsey – who was before they got back together – confirmed the pair had called it quits for a second time during an Instagram Q&A.
The mum-of-two was asked by one of her followers: ‘If you don’t mind me asking are you still in a relationship?’
She replied: ‘We’re not together anymore. It’s a shame it didn’t work out as he’s a really amazing person, but it just wasn’t right.
‘Hopefully one day I will find love again,’ she added alongside a heart emoji.
Kelsey was in a relationship with The Wanted singer Tom for 13 years before
The pair shared two young children: Aurelia, four, and three-year-old son Bodhi.
Kelsey was reported to be in a relationship with Sean around eight months after Tom’s death, and they kept their reported romance out of the spotlight.
Following their first split earlier this year, a source toldthat she had ended things as she needed to focus on herself and her children, after finding Tom’s first anniversary in March extremely difficult.
‘The anniversary of Tom’s death last month was incredibly difficult. Being alone is the best thing for Kelsey at this point in time,’ the source said at the time.
following the tragic loss of Tom.
She also talked openly about navigating a new romance in the public eye after such a tricky time.
‘I was very fortunate with Tom that our relationship was in the limelight for a long time, and I had the boys, I had the fans, but it’s all new to me,’ she admitted.
Kelsey said: ‘It became quite public and it was a lot for me, but I had the support of people. My DMs were flooded with people saying they were happy for me and it’s all about breaking down those stereotypes of when is the right time?
‘If there is a grief handbook, please hand it to me! I’m just doing what feels best for me and I’m just being Kelsey.
‘What really matters is as long as my kids and family are happy,’ she declared.
Speaking of her support system, Kelsey says she couldn’t have got to where she is now without
Praising the ‘best community’ who follow and uplift her, she said: ‘People might think it’s a little too much that I share absolutely everything, but I want people to know that there’s no wrong or right way to grieve, it’s how you feel and what’s best for you.
‘If you don’t feel like getting out of bed in the morning, don’t get out of bed! That’s the right thing for you to do and you shouldn’t feel any guilt about that.’