a year ago it emerged that the singer Nanna Øland Fabricius - better known as Oh Land was separated from her husband, artist Eske Kath.
The two had at that time been married since 2013, and together they have a son, Svend three years.
In a new interview with ALT for damerne tells the upcoming 'X Factor'judge now frankly about how it has been going through a divorce, when at the same time have a small son to think of.
The past year she has namely been fighting a fierce battle to travel after the divorce.
- This last year has been really challenging. I have felt that I have had to reconstruct my reality after the divorce. Assemble the puzzle again. The pieces fit almost, but not quite, and now must I assemble it one piece at a time again, and it is I in time with. It is a long process, because we were together for a long time. For anyone going through a divorce - whether it has been voluntarily or involuntarily - it is a big sorrow, that the illusion of the perfect family is not held. A bride is always skidehårdt, but when there is a child involved, so it's a whole other guilt, as it can take a really long time to process, she says in the interview.
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Here she says, also, that the divorce from Eske Kath is a grief that takes time', but that she is day by day becoming better equipped to manage the breach.
Eske Kath and Oh Land was divorced in 2017. Photo: Jacob Jørgensen
In the interview, underlines the Oh Land also, that she does not want to go into the details of why she and Eske Kath went from each other, and that today she has come so very far, that she has found love again.
She does not want to reveal who the new man in her life is, but tells that he is a musician - just like her.
To See and Listen have Oh Land previously told that she and Eske Kath performing life as a divorce-parents really well.
- It is a new life, as we have had really good track of. the There are no conflicts there. It all goes - as a modern family now even making it.
Oh Land is a judge when 'the X Factor' for the first time will be sent on TV2 in the beginning of January. Photo: Mogens Flindt
Ekstra Bladet has tried to get a comment from Oh Land, through her manager, but they are at the time of writing is not returned to our requests.See also: 'X Factor'judge has got a baby