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Phoebe Burgess reveals she will explore split from ex-husband Sam in new podcast

Phoebe Burgess set to discuss how split from ex-husband Sam changed her in new podcast: ‘There is life after pain’

Phoebe Burgess says she is a changed woman since her split with ex-husband Sam Burgess. 

The 33-year-old influencer says she will discuss her journey to healing in her new podcast with Vogue Australia, called Under The Gloss. 

‘Everything I’ve been through is this amalgamation of who I am now,’ she told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. 

 New life: Phoebe Burgess (pictured) says she is a changed woman since her split with ex husband Sam Burgess. The 33-year-old influencer says she will discuss her journey to healing in her new podcast with Vogue Australia, called Under The Gloss

‘There is something on the other side, I haven’t necessarily found that completely yet but that’s the hope that I guess, you move through life,’ she went on. 

‘I just want them to know it’s not all glamorous. It’s not perfect, but there is life after pain,’ Phoebe said of her listeners. 

Sam appeared on the last season of SAS Australia where he admitted infidelity with a woman in Melbourne in 2017.

Over: Sam and Phoebe Burgess were married in 2015, separated in late 2018 and resumed their relationship in early 2019. They split in October that year. They  are pictured in 2016

Over: Sam and Phoebe Burgess were married in 2015, separated in late 2018 and resumed their relationship in early 2019. They split in October that year. They  are pictured in 2016

Sam and Phoebe married in 2015, separated in late 2018 and resumed their relationship in early 2019.

They split permanently on October 2 that year and later divorced. The former couple shares custody of daughter Poppy, four, and Billy, two.   

It comes after a tumultuous time for Sam who was cleared by the NRL of domestic violence last month raised by his ex Phoebe in a series of newspaper articles. 

'Everything I've been through is this amalgamation of who I am now,' she told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. 'There is something on the other side, I haven't necessarily found that completely yet but that's the hope that I guess, you move through life'

‘Everything I’ve been through is this amalgamation of who I am now,’ she told The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday. ‘There is something on the other side, I haven’t necessarily found that completely yet but that’s the hope that I guess, you move through life’

'I just want them to know it's not all glamorous. It's not perfect, but there is life after pain,' Phoebe said of her listeners

‘I just want them to know it’s not all glamorous. It’s not perfect, but there is life after pain,’ Phoebe said of her listeners

Phoebe had accused the retired South Sydney star of domestic violence and drug and alcohol abuse during their marriage, which ended in acrimony in late 2019. 

The allegations were published in The Australian newspaper in October 2020 and denied vehemently by Burgess at the time.    

Having spent more than 12 months looking at the claims New South Wales Police confirmed its investigation was over last October in a 12-word statement.

Kids: The former couple shares custody of daughter Poppy, four, and Billy, two. Both pictured

 Kids: The former couple shares custody of daughter Poppy, four, and Billy, two. Both pictured 

‘Following extensive inquiries, no further police action is expected to be taken’ it read. 

Phoebe has said she wanted to expose a toxic culture in the NRL which she claimed included covering up bad behaviour by players, particularly against women.

The former WAG announced her new podcast in an Instagram post last month.   

‘I’ve always believed in amplifying female voices and now, I have a microphone’ she wrote in her caption. 

On air: The former WAG announced her new podcast in an Instagram post last month. 'I've always believed in amplifying female voices and now, I have a microphone' she wrote

 On air: The former WAG announced her new podcast in an Instagram post last month. ‘I’ve always believed in amplifying female voices and now, I have a microphone’ she wrote

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