Rylan Clark-Neal ‘will return to work with new podcast’ after split from husband

Rylan Clark-Neal is bringing plenty of his friends to a new podcast following the split from his husband Dan Neal earlier this year.

The star took three months off work following his sad news.

He's returning to professional life with his new series, called 'The Ry-Union'.

The new podcast series will see Rylan talking to "inspirational and influential figures in his life" and the It Takes Two and X-Factor star, 32, will be recording the podcasts later this month.

He's already secured two big names to kick things off too, with Katie Price, 43, and Cher Lloyd, 28, already signing up.

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A source claims: “Rylan’s new podcast is really exciting and is giving him a real trip down memory lane.

“He will be speaking with people who were integral parts of his journey.

“Rylan appeared on Katie Price’s TV show Signed at the start of his telly career and she has agreed to be one of his guests.

“Cher Lloyd, who was on The X Factor two years before Rylan in 2010, will also come on to speak to him.

“It’s going to be a really uplifting and fun series and will give fans even more insight into Rylan and his background.

“They’re hoping to get people from all walks of Rylan’s life on board and there has been talk of getting Nicole Scherzinger, his X Factor mentor, in on the podcast too.

“Recording starts of the end of this month and everyone who is part of the project thinks it will be a sure fire hit.”

The much-loved star presents many shows, including Eurovision and a show on BBC Radio 2 show.

Fans were concerned when he suddenly disappeared from the schedules, after his six-year marriage to policeman Dan Neal ended in June.

Rylan previously thanked fans for their support: “I just wanted to write a message to thank you for all the love and kindness you have shown us.

He added: “We are currently prioritising our mental health and looking after the ones around us we love most.

“I am working towards getting back to the jobs I love in due course.

“Thank you for being patient with me.”

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