Joe Wicks reveals he wishes he’d been kinder to his ex-girlfriend and ‘treated her with more respect’ – The Sun

JOE Wicks opened up on his relationship with his ex-girlfriend Caroline Ekström and admitted he wished he treated her with more respect.

The fitness coach has won the hearts of the country for his workout videos on YouTube during the lockdown, but he he admitted in a recent interview that he wasn't very kind to his former lover.

The Mail reports how Joe said he would like to say sorry to former girlfriend Caroline, who he was with for ten years.

He said: "I would like to say sorry to my ex-girlfriend. I was with her for ten years. I wish I’d treated her with more respect and been kinder at the end."

The pair split in 2016 and Joe is now married ex-Page Three girl Rosie Jones, and the couple share two children together.

When Joe injured his wrist and was unable to lead the workouts recently, Rosie stood in for him and lead the workouts and 33-year-old would describe his wife as "the hottest substitute teacher ever."

As a result of his great work during the lockdown period, the fitness star Joe Wicks could be in line for an OBE after hundreds of fans put his name forward.

The Body Coach, 33, has raised more than £350,000 for the NHS through his YouTube classes in lockdown.

A source said: “Joe has become a household name since lockdown started and he’s become a figurehead in isolation because of the PE classes he puts on every morning.

“Hundreds of requests putting his name forward for an OBE have been handed to the Honours committee.

"Many have been written by children who think Joe is fantastic.

They added: "“Getting an honour from the Queen would be the icing on the cake for Joe."

With a mission to “get people moving and eating healthily”, Joe has gone from a personal trainer struggling to make ends meet to a multi-millionaire.

The online nutrition coach was raised in Epsom, Surrey, and decided that he wanted to work for himself – rather than at a gym “getting paid peanuts”.

At the start of his career, he set up his own company, based in Richmond, South-West London, hosting boot camps in a local park.

Once he gained popularity, he managed to turn his social media success into money by coming up with a 90-day exercise and nutrition plan – the 90 Day SSS.

Today, he has sold over 110,000 plans, boasts over 3.1 million Instagram followers, has a six-book publishing deal following impressive sales of his first two books and even had his own Channel 4 TV show up until 2018.

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