Phil Collins reportedly bonded together with his ex-wife’s new husband Thomas Bates after they first met.
Thomas, 31, who’s the toyboy lover of Phil’s ex Orianne Cevey, 47, claims he made a reference to 70-year-old Phil after they mentioned the historical past of World Conflict Two collectively.
They’ve met on three completely different events, with the primary time being the second the 2 males appeared to have clicked.
Thomas has been married to Orianne since final August after courting for simply 4 months.
He informed The Solar how he believes Phil was conscious of their relationship in the course of the time of their chat.
In January, Phil took again his plush Miami Seaside residence from his former partner.
Orianne and her new lover Thomas left the £30million abode after a court docket mandate acknowledged that they needed to go away.
Over the weekend, Orianne complained she was trapped in a gold cage on the luxurious property.
Talking for the primary time for the reason that break up, Orianne gave an explosive interview detailing her crumbled marriage to the musician.
She has stated she was “trapped” in an extravagant way of life.
The singer’s ex-wife likened the attractive mansion to a “golden cage” which she stated left her feeling “lonely” and “super-unhappy” throughout that point.
She informed The Solar : “I felt like I used to be trapped in a golden cage. When somebody’s depressed, it’s exhausting to assist them out. As a lot as you’re keen on them, why would you stick with it? After years, you get fed up. Phil didn’t care for himself.”
She added: “You’re feeling lonely and you’re feeling such as you don’t have anyone you’ll be able to speak to. I used to be super-sad and super-unhappy.”
Regardless of the “lovely view” from her residence, she whinged she was depressing with “no love”.
She went on: “You have got a good looking view, however that’s all you’ve gotten. You haven’t any love, nothing.”
The Mirror has contacted Phil’s rep for remark.
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