The rapper won’t be talking about his future romances either.
Professor Green has said he will be keeping a “dignified silence” about his divorce from Millie Mackintosh. Appearing on ‘Loose Women’, Green said he’ll be staying quiet on details about the split, because it wasn't a “celebrity relationship”.
Professor Green is keeping a “dignified silence” over his divorce from Millie Mackintosh.
"The best approach with any matter that personal is a dignified silence," Green told the ‘Loose Women’ panel. "Especially when there's another party involved.” Green married the ‘Made in Chelsea’ star in 2013, but the couple announced they were divorcing back in February.
"I never attempted to monetise my relationship and whatever celebrity fodder you read and whatever you read it in, it wasn't a celebrity relationship,” he continued. “It wasn't a celebrity marriage and it wasn't a celebrity divorce. We're two people.”
"You've got to consider people's feelings, and we had to deal with it and we are still dealing with it.” Panelist Kaye Adams then told the rapper that people will “respect” him for choosing to stay quiet. "So many people share so much of their lives," Green continued.
"People want to know absolutely everything about everything and if they did there would be no interest in anyone anymore.” Green also said he would be keeping a "dignified silence" about his current relationships too, which includes being recently linked singer Rita Ora.