Amy Childs 'doesn't want' to take daughter to visit her ex in prison

Amy Childs doesn’t want to take her daughter Polly, two, to see her ex Bradly Wright who is now back in prison.

Bradley is Polly’s father and has founds himself back in prison after being found guilty of arson, handling stolen goods and dangerous driving.

He had previously served time for similar offences and is due to be sentenced in November.

Speaking to new! magazine, Amy said that she is against taking Polly to see Bradley while he is prison and claimed she ‘wasn’t shocked’ to hear he had been taken into custody again.

‘I feel for Polly because she’s going to have a dad in prison,’ Amy said. ‘I don’t want it to be embarrassing for her. It’s such a small area so people will know Brad and I don’t want that for her.’

She argued that Bradley hasn’t been a huge presence in Polly’s life, adding: ‘If he was an amazing dad, then yes, but as he’s only been in her life for six months I definitely wouldn’t [visit him].’


Amy and Bradley began dating in 2014, when he was originally sentenced to 18 months in prison for handling stolen goods.

He was previously convicted for theft in 2013 and was sent to a young offenders institute for burglary, handing stolen goods and driving offences three years earlier in 2010.

Former Towie star Amy gave birth to their daughter Polly in April 2017, but they split just six weeks after she was born.

They split in secret 11 months after Amy gave birth to their son, with reports claiming at the time the break up had been amicable.

A source told The Sun Online: ‘They broke up on good terms and will remain friends. He’s still a big part of her son’s life and sees her regularly.

‘Her children are the biggest part of her life and they both want the best for their children.’

The two, who met each other on holiday in the Caribbean and had dated for two years, still see each other regularly as Ritchie plays a large part in their son’s life.

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