Revenge is a dish best served cold, and Lisa Armstrong is slowly but surely making her feelings known about her ex-husband Ant McPartlin.
While she has been careful what she's said in public after her very painful split from Britain's Got Talent host Ant, she's showed her hurt in other ways.
Yesterday (Wednesday 6 February), she appeared to lash out at her ex on Twitter, when a fan accused him of "playing happy families".
Make-up artist Lisa, 42, liked a tweet from a fan who suggested that 43-year-old Ant has been rubbing his new romance in Lisa's face.
The fan also stated that Lisa should get sole custody of their dog Hurley, as the exes are currently sharing the Labrador.
He appears to be playing happy families since the dust has settled.
The Twitter user tagged Lisa in the message, which read: "After seeing the newspaper today, I really hope you got custody of Hurley - I feel that's the least he could've done after putting you through all the [bleep] he has, especially now as he appears to be playing happy families since the dust has settled."
At the time of writing, the tweet - which was posted on Monday 4 February - had three likes, including Lisa's.
Ant's critic was no doubt referring to photos of Ant and his new girlfriend Anne-Marie Corbett after they had purchased two new Maltipoo puppies.
It's not the first time Lisa has expressed her disapproval by liking someone else's tweet.
Last month, she was left "disgusted" and "devastated" after Ant credited Anne-Marie for "saving his life" after his depression and addiction to drink and drugs - which came to be public knowledge after he was arrested for drink-driving.
In the interview, Ant also gushed about "his rock" Anne-Marie and how he disagreed with Lisa's decision to express her heartbreak on the social media platform.
Choosing to ignore him, Lisa turned to Twitter and liked a group of tweets saying she's been hurt enough and didn't need to see Ant declaring his love to her former PA.
Lisa was married to Ant for 12 years before he announced they were ending their relationship in January 2018.
They were granted a divorce in October 2018, with a judge at the Central Family Court in London stating that "the respondent has committed adultery and that the petitioner finds it intolerable to live with the respondent".
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