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He also said that my sister and I weren’t safe with Mum’s boyfriend or her parents, and that he didn’t want us seeing them.Mum would tell me that Dad was unstable (which was mostly true) and that we couldn’t believe anything he said about her.

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At my graduation, I had to seat them on opposite sides of the arena, and have breakfast with Dad before and dinner with Mum afterwards. Actor and former footballer VINNIE JONES: 'I had a brilliant childhood until Mum and Dad [pictured above with Vinnie] divorced when I was 13.

My siblings (I’m the second of four) and I felt utterly abandoned and unloved.

Dad would say: ‘It’s very difficult for Tania, she didn’t have any children, and I presented myself as a free agent with grown-up children, so you need to be adult about this. My ‘full’ brothers and sisters have been taken out of his will.

He told me I was like Miss Havisham and he wasn’t going to be blamed any more for the fact that none of us can move on, and then he left. you don't live with your parents in the same way.' Nigella recently divorced her second husband Charles Saatchi on the grounds of his continuing unreasonable behaviour.

Actress ISLA FISHER: 'You can't underestimate how traumatic divorce is for the children.

My mother found out when she came across a large bag of love letters in his car.

I remember her presenting them to me like a lawyer would in court.I later found out we were used as ‘bargaining chips’ – you get the car, I get the kids – which I resent.My relationship with both of them has suffered as a result.Dad said that Tania ‘couldn’t forgive’ my brother that rudeness. Apparently, when he’s asked how many children he has, he answers ‘two’. Even when both parties behave well, the effect the split has on children is severe and often not given the attention it deserves.Sadly, our father, when greeted with teenage angst, stopped at the first hurdle. Dad sat down opposite me and said: ‘Whatever your problem is make it quick, I’m cooking pancakes for my family tonight.’ I burst into tears. NIGELLA LAWSON: 'Because my parents divorced when we were in our late teens, my siblings and I developed strong connections.I learned early on that it was better to avoid mentioning either one of them to the other. It was a big change - and I'm not good with change.'When they told me they were splitting up, I was taken to a therapist to talk about my feelings.