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Eight years ago, when Hannah was a struggling single mum, Nick Steadman seemed like Mr Right and Prince Charming rolled into one. Kind, strong, reliable – and the perfect step-dad to Lottie – what did it matter if his taste in trousers was more M&S than D&G? OK, so their relationship’s never been based on passion, but it has plenty of respect, friendship and trust. Trouble is, after eight years together they’re beginning to realise that friendship isn’t enough. The solution? An amicable divorce. Which would be just fine if it wasn’t so hard to explain to nine-year-old Lottie. And if Hannah didn’t find herself a teeny bit annoyed at Nick’s ability to move on so quickly. Not that she isn’t happy for him and his new lover. Of course she is. After all, they agreed they’d be mature, grown-up and rational about their separation. They may be divorced but they can still be friends. Can’t they?