Alfie Boe ‘splits from wife after 16 years’ and joins ‘Tinder for celebs’ dating app | #tinder | #pof

Alfie Boe is reportedly looking for love after splitting from his wife, Sarah, according to reports.

The West End star, 46, and his wife married in 2004 and share two children, Grace, 12, and Alfred, eight.

Now, reports suggest the Les Misérables actor is on the quest for loves as he turns to online dating apps.

The Sun reported Alfie has turned to Raya, an app exclusively used by people in show business, including the likes of Channing Tatum and Niall Horan previously hoping to find love on the app.

It claims Alfie and Sarah have vowed to remain “amicable” for their two children.

Alfie Boe is believed to have split from his wife, Sarah, after 14 years of marriage

A source revealed: “Alfie has told women he’s been chatting to on Raya that his marriage is over and they are going to divorce.

“It seems lockdown was just too much for Alfie and Sarah.”

The couple had been isolating at their Cotswolds home during the lockdown period, with Alfie looking for love in London.

The couple are currently on “amicable” terms for the sake of their two children

“They have found their relationship increasingly strained and he says they’ve now made the decision to separate.

“He is a doting dad and wants to keep things amicable for the sake of their kids.”

The insider added: “But he feels ready to move on.”

Alfie is said to be looking for love on celeb dating app Raya

Raya sees those looking for love have their accounts vetted by app developers before they are required to be referred by another user.

Blackpool-born Alfie met his future wife while rehearsing for La bohème in San Francisco before they eventually said “I do” in 2004.

During their relationship and marriage, they opted to spend their time between America and the UK, before eventually settling down in the Cotswolds.

Daily Star Online has approached Alfie’s representatives for comment.




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