The 60 year old was married to psychotherapist Peter Gianfrancesco for almost two decades, but the couple quietly split last year.
Trisha touched on the split on her Instagram account as she wrote to her 2k followers: “So, for those of you who really know me: this is me managing a situation. I have been through hell, as have my darling, darling daughters – but somehow we are very slowly but surely coming out the other side.
“S*** happens. We move on. Know that however ugly someone can totally convince you that you are, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure! That wonderful man knows who he is …. & is there for me despite all my crappy #breastcancersideeffects & #breastcancerscars #myfaith#resilience #lovemykids.”
This is Trisha’s third failed marriage, with the chat show host already having two divorces behind her.
The star married Australian politician Robert Nestdale in 1985, before tying the knot with TV producer Mark Grieve in 1993.
They had two daughters – Billie, 28 and Madison, 23 – but the couple separated in 1996.
Jamie Redknapp and Louise Redknapp divorced in December 2017 [Getty]
Shortly after the end of her second marriage, Trisha met Peter and they married six months later.
The presenter is best known for her iconic chat show called Trisha which was aired on ITV before moving to Channel 5 in the early noughties.
Trisha made a brief return to daytime TV last summer as she was interviewed on Lorraine.
as she made her appearance on the show[Twitter/Trisha Goddard ]
Since the show ended, Trisha has been working in the USA, but has more recently been making debuts on Big Brother’s Bit On The Side with Rylan Clark-Neal.
However, Lorraine viewers were ecstatic to see the TV legend make her return onto ITV daytime television and were quick to demand that she be brought back permanently.