Daisy Lowe back with her ex

Daisy Lowe finds solace in the arms of her ex

Daisy Lowe at the launch of Burbery's new fragrance in New York
Daisy Lowe at the launch of Burbery's new fragrance in New York

Daisy Lowe finds solace in the arms of her ex

Daisy Lowe is seeking solace in the arms of an ex following her split from music maestro Mark Ronson.

The It-teen obviously knows that one of the comfiest shoulders to cry on is that of an ex-boyfriend's and, on Sunday night, she eschewed the PPQ after party - and headed to former boyfriend Will Cameron's place instead.


Daisy and Mark have been dating for six months, but reports emerged yesterday suggesting the couple had split in New York last week.

The up-and-coming model, 19, and the funky music producer, 33, are reported to have had a row that snowballed into a split. In a heated debate, Daisy is said to have told Mark she'd had enough and was leaving him, to which he allegedly replied: 'Fine, leave.'

Both Daisy and Mark are in London this week but, after being booked to appear in the PPQ catwalk show at the Natural History Museum, Daisy shunned the after party and opted to go and see Will, who she left for Mark in March.

One source told the Daily Mail: 'Daisy was late flying in from New York, so the show was held up to wait for her.

'Her friends were also left waiting at the aftershow party and they later found out she had gone to Will’s place.

'She went to see Will for a shoulder to cry on. She’s been really upset over the last few days after her split from Mark.'

The source added: 'Daisy never lost touch with Will, and has always remained close friends with him. They have always been close, and Will was pining after her when she dumped him for Mark.'

In February before their split, Will, 21, the frontman of the band Blondelle, said of Daisy: 'I love her more than I have ever loved anyone or anything.'

After spending Ronson's 33rd birthday together at a party at Hedsor House in Buckinghamshire, it was thought Daisy and Mark were heading for serious status.

But the 14-year age gap is reportedly proving problematic. One source said: 'Despite his party-boy image, Mark’s quite serious and just wants to meet the right girl and settle down. That was an issue for Daisy, who is still quite young at heart.

'They’re in different places at the moment and they both need some time and space to think about things. Mark’s at the top of his game. He’s very self-assured and confident and he knows what he wants. Daisy still has quite a lot of growing up to do.'

Daisy's spokesman said last night: 'Yes, they have split, but we are not making any further comment.'


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