Billie Piper has opened up about the challenges of co-parenting her two children with ex-husband Laurence Fox, acknowledging the complexities that arise amidst his controversial public persona. The British actress, known for her roles in “Doctor Who” and “Penny Dreadful,” has remained largely private about her divorce from Fox in 2016 after a nine-year relationship, but in a rare interview with British Vogue, she offered insights into their dynamic.

Fox, who has transitioned from acting to political activism with a self-professed stance against “woke” culture, has been embroiled in various controversies over the years, including his recent suspension from GB News due to “misogynistic” comments made on air about a female journalist.

Reflecting on the difficulties of co-parenting in the midst of such controversies, Piper acknowledged the strain it puts on their family. With their two children, aged 11 and 15, Piper navigates the complexities of maintaining stability and privacy amidst the public spotlight on Fox’s actions.

Piper emphasised her commitment to shielding her children from the tumultuous aspects of their parents’ lives, prioritising their right to forge their own identities away from the spotlight. She expressed a desire for privacy and anonymity for her children, recognising the importance of allowing them to define themselves independently.

While acknowledging that Fox’s family, including his sister Lydia Fox and her husband Richard Ayoade, might have a more interesting perspective on him, Piper remained focused on safeguarding her children’s well-being and privacy.

The interview with Piper, conducted by British Vogue, took place prior to a High Court ruling that found Fox had libelled two individuals by referring to them as “paedophiles” on social media. Despite the ongoing dramas and controversies, Piper maintains a strict routine with her children to provide consistency and stability in their lives.

In coping with the challenges posed by Fox’s controversies, Piper disclosed that she closes herself off from external influences and tries to shield herself from information about Fox that may distress her. She emphasised the difficulty of maintaining boundaries in the face of public scrutiny but remains steadfast in her commitment to protecting her children and herself from undue stress.

Piper acknowledged the resilience she has discovered through the hardships of divorce and co-parenting, finding strength in her ability to control her reactions and maintain her own sense of self amidst adversity. Despite the struggles, she strives to find positivity and growth in her experiences, recognising the importance of self-care and boundary-setting in navigating the complexities of public life and personal relationships.

There is one question, of course, that Billie Piper will never be able to avoid:

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