Reacting to the reports that she cheated on her hubby with cricket star Shane Warne, Liz Hurley has revealed that she had separated from her Indian tycoon husband Arun Nayar "a few months ago".
A Sunday tabloid published pictures of the model and sportsman sharing a series of steamy clinches and claimed Hurley had spent two nights with the womanising Australian, 41, in his London hotel suite this week.
"Not a great day. For the record, my husband Arun & I separated a few months ago. Our close family & friends were aware of this," the Daily Mail quoted Liz as tweeting.
But she didn't make any reference to her relationship with Warne - who she has been exchanging flirty tweets with since the summer - or spell out exactly when she split from Nayar.
The News of the World claims to have captured on video the pair embracing and kissing outside restaurant Sake No Hana earlier this week.
"They were so passionate they looked like honeymooners. It was electric," a source is quoted in the paper today as saying.
The paper said: "Hurley and Warne roared with laughter and chatted like old friends during the lively meal in a first-floor room. And at 1am they were spotted going down the escalator to the lobby area.
"While they waited for their coats to be brought to them Hurley reportedly pulled Warne towards her into a darkened doorway, cupped his face with her hands and leaned in to lock lips.
"After releasing from their clinch they gazed into each other's eyes and smiled adoringly," the paper reported.
They were also said to have flirted again in front of Liz's ex fiance Hugh Grant during the meal on Wednesday night.
Hurley and Warne were reportedly spotted exchanging more lingering kisses after popping out of the cricketer's luxury 1,750 pound-a-night suite at the Bentley Hotel in South Kensington - less than one mile from Hurley's London home.
On their second night together, they were locked away in the same suite for more than 11 hours, the paper said. They were also seen smooching and kissing again during a meal on Thursday at San Lorenzo in Chelsea.
A witness told the paper, "They looked completely smitten and blissfully happy together."
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