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Pip Edwards takes subtle swipe at ex Michael Clarke amid bombshell details on former flames


P.E. Nation designer Pip Edwards has appeared to take a subtle swipe at her ex-boyfriend, former cricketer Michael Clarke.

The 43-year-old has spoken candidly about entering her past romantic relationships for the wrong reasons.

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“I think it’s maybe an indication of not really valuing myself,” she said on the No Filter podcast this week.

“I’ve made a series of decisions based on external validation, based on what society or my parents put forward, what’s great for my child – what’s great for everyone but me.”

Touching on her past romantic relationships, Edwards made a bold admission.

Pip Edwards and Michael Clarke attend Everest Race Day in 2020. Credit: Hanna Lassen/Getty Images for Australian Turf

“You have to feel safe in a romantic sense. I’m not sure if I’ve ever felt safe. I’m really stepping into my skin, and I’m not scared anymore,” she said.

Edwards’ most public relationship was her time with Clarke, 41, between June 2020 and December 2021.

The romance began soon after the former Test cricket captain’s split from ex-wife Kyly in early 2020.

Edwards also had a relationship with Ksubi fashion designer Dan Single, giving birth to their only child, Justice, in 2006.

Her new comment on the podcast comes months after Clarke and Edwards were pulled into an apparent cheating scandal in January.

Pip Edwards was pulled into an apparent cheating scandal with Clarke in January. Credit: Instagram

The drama became public when a video of Clarke fighting with his girlfriend Jade Yarbrough in Noosa went viral.

In the footage, Yarbrough lashes out at Clarke and accuses him of cheating on her with Edwards.

Edwards broke her silence on January 30, telling The Daily Telegraph “it is definitely not my circus and I would like to say the carnival is over”.

Michael Clarke and Jade Yarbrough were involved in the Noosa argument. Credit: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

In a statement to the same publication, Clarke accepted responsibility for the drama and said he was “shattered” by his actions in the lead-up to the altercation.

He described them as “shameful and regrettable”.

“I’m absolutely gutted I’ve put people I hold in the highest regard in this position,” he told the publication.

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