Brian McFadden pens two love songs for estranged wife Vogue Williams

BRIAN McFadden has penned two love songs about his estranged wife Vogue Williams – seven months after their split.

The former Westlife singer, 35, croons about the Irish model in Nothing Without You, in which he insists she will never stop being his “baby”.

In lyrics obtained by The Sun, he sings: “We can take the pain and laughter / Chasing happy ever afters / No ones got a love that’s perfect / Just enough to make it worth it.

“You can stop and say you hate me / That won’t stop you being my baby / Giving up’s the worst thing you could do / ‘Cause I’m nothing without you.”

Brian – who is currently in Austria competing on The Jump – is believed to have written the tracks last autumn when he was still living with Vogue, 30, despite announcing their separation last summer.

They split following three years of marriage but are not believed to have started divorce proceedings.

In a second song titled Wandering Eyes, he confesses he struggled to deal with the male attention she received.

Admitting he’s still attracted to her, he compares her face to the sunshine and describes her body as “a work of art”.

On the ballad, he sings: “I’m not the jealous type / Any man would find you hard to deal with / Those wandering eyes on you tonight / Wondering why you’re with this guy.

“With a face like the sun you shine / And your body’s a work of art / And your body breaks my heart.”

Both tracks are expected to appear on his as-yet untitled fifth solo album.

The news of his love songs comes just a week after Vogue flew out to Austria to cheer Brian on as he continues to take part in Channel 4 winter sports show The Jump.

In her online blog for Hello! she wrote: “So this week I went to Austria to see Brian at the Jump on Thursday. He wanted me to go and watch one of the live shows so my cousin Cass and I decided to make a little ski holiday out of it.”

A representative for Brian has been approached for a comment.

Source: The Sun