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Kym Marsh’s ‘guilty’ at feeling ‘lonely’

OHMYGOSSIP — Kym Marsh “feels a bit guilty” at times about thinking she is “lonely” when her boyfriend is away in the army.
The ‘Coronation Street’ actress’ significant other Scott Ratcliffe is serving in the Middle East for the festive period, and while Kym cannot help but feel sad when thinking about him not being there, she admits it is “much harder” for him.
Speaking on a video for SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, which is posted on their Twitter account, she said: “Sometimes I feel a little bit guilty at the fact I might sit there and think I feel lonely, because whatever I’m going through it must be much harder for him.”
She wrote on Twitter: “So proud to be part of this @SSAFA”
But Kym admitted she is fortunate to have been able to communicate with Scott via WiFi a fair bit lately.
She added: “With my partner being in the Army, I know Christmas can be an extremely difficult time of year for the Armed Forces family.
“The great thing at the moment is that where he is serving right now, we’re able to have quite a lot of contact via WiFi.”
And she admitted the charity is “here to help” Armed Forces families during tough times.
She added: “SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, are here to help during dark times.”
Kym – who plays Michelle Connor on ‘Corrie’ – recently said she is expecting Christmas to be tough with Scott away from home.
She said: “It is really hard. You do all those little things [like FaceTime], we’ve sent him boxes with Christmas things in, so he’ll have that on Christmas Day.”
The cobbles star previously admitted she was “anxious” about saying goodbye to Scott as he was preparing to leave, and she explained it can sometimes take weeks for them to talk because of the poor signal in the places he visits.
She recently said: “There is always anxiety, it is always stressful when he goes away. There may not be an actual war threat currently but there’s always a risk when you’re in these dangerous places. And it can be extra worrying when you aren’t able to communicate for periods of time.
“If he’s on a base he can get in touch, but there are times when he is out on exercises and I don’t hear from him for three weeks because there is just no signal.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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