‘We f**king hated each other’: Prof Green reveals marriage troubles

Professor Green and Millie Mackintosh celebrate their second wedding anniversary tomorrow, but it's taken a lot of hard work for them to get this far.

Over the last twelve months the couple have been plagued by rumours of divorce, and it seems they speculation certainly wasn't unfounded.

Speaking to The Sun today, rapper Prof Green (real name Stephen Manderson) admitted that he and Millie had sought marriage therapy to help them overcome their problems, as they "were at each other's throats."

Earlier this year their issues came to a very public head when Millie and Stephen got into a heated row outside Turkish nightclub Soho House.

Made In Chelsea alum Millie was reportedly heard screaming at her husband, "I want a divorce now! Give me a divorce."

However Millie's husband says the pair reached their lowest point long before that incident, while on a detox vacation in Jamaica. "We were at each other's throats. We thought we f***ing hated each other," he says of the trip, during which they avoided alcohol and ate only clean food.

Luckily the pair managed to relax and work things out before their holiday was ruined. "We ate normally and had a glass of wine and it was fine," he explains.

The Just Be Good To Green hitmaker credits therapist Dr Linda Papadopoulos with helping the pair work through their issues.

"Sometimes it's easier to understand things when they come from the person who is completely removed from the situation. It's one of the most constructive things I do in my life," he says of their regular therapy sessions.

And a few months on, the couple are finding their feet again. "We're f***ing good, man. We go out for dinner, we drink nice wine, we have good chat and enjoy each other's company," Stephen explains.

We're delighted to hear they are back on track.

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