Jane McDonald will never return to Loose Women
Singer Jane McDonald is happy with her decision to leave 'Loose Women', saying it has improved her personal and professional life.
Jane McDonald wouldn't return to 'Loose Women' for "a million pounds".
The singer was a regular member of the popular ITV show's discussion panel until January this year, but is adamant she doesn't regret her decision to leave as it's been beneficial to her career and personal life.
Speaking in the new issue of Bella magazine, she said: "I can't say I don't miss it, because I do, but the pros outweigh the cons now. It wasn't an easy decision to make.
"But it's paid off in my personal life and with my music. Even if I was offered a million pounds I wouldn't go back at the moment."
Since leaving 'Loose Women', Jane has been busy writing and producing two new albums, while she has also been able to spend more time at home with her fiancé Ed Rothe, 61.
The singer - who lives in Wakefield - added: "Because I left 'Loose Women' we're spending a lot more time together. Before, I used to be in London four days a week. Every Sunday night, it was, 'Right I've got to go,' and it was hard [from a relationship point of view]. It was like that for 10 years.
"It's been great to spend a proper summer at home and get some quality time with those I love."