Heartbroken Vinnie Jones has moved out of the home he shared with his late wife Tanya but admits he still talks to her every day as he makes the bed.
The ex-Wimbledon star says he had to leave the home they shared as he couldn’t cope being there without her.
The former football hardman now lives close to friends and one of his favourite golf courses in Los Angeles, but candidly confessed he chats to Tanya’s spirit every morning at his new place.
He lost the 53-year-old to cancer in July 2019 and is open about his struggle since her death.
Film star Vinnie has been talking to the Daily Star – and said he recently made the big decision to move out.
“Every morning, I get up, make my bed and have a little chat with Tan about what I’m doing and how much I miss her,” said the emotional 55-year-old.
The brave star added: “There’s no point in fighting it. Tan was an incredible, remarkable woman and I will never get over losing her.”
“I have to go with the flow and accept it will take time to come to terms with my grief.
But to his credit, Vinnie is thinking about the future.
He sees himself as the next David Attenborough after he reveals his telly plans after he told how he has a number of small screen projects in the works.
“I’m trying to do some documentaries,” Vinnie said. “I want to do some wildlife and conservation stuff too.”
He also revealed plans to work with Simon Cowell again.
The pair became friends when Snatch star Vinnie was on Celebrity X Factor last year.
“I’ve got a couple of projects with Simon Cowell on the go,” he spilled. “We’ve been talking about some things and when he had his back injury it put everything on hold.”