Their well-documented quarrel had kept warring mothers Sam Faiers and Ferne McCann firmly on the list of Christmas cards.
But now, 27-year-old Mummy Diaries star Sam has revealed that the couple has solved the problem without discussing their problems.
Ferne, 28, had previously stated that her friend was not happy to have started shooting her own show on maternity, First Time Mum.
"We have not talked about it and I doubt we will," Sam told MailOnline about his quarrel with Ferne.
"We have both moved on."
Sam revealed that the icy relations with his former best friend – who is his friend since school – happily thawed after the two men attended a series of events.
Former TOWIE star Sam explained, "We attended my sister Billie's bridal shower in Ibiza and we saw each other the other day at the Pride of Britain Awards, so we're really at the end of our days.
Sam, mother of Paul Jr. and Rosie with her partner Paul Knightley, even revealed that she was about to celebrate the first birthday of the daughter of Ferne on November 2nd.
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Expressing with the approach of the celebration, Sam said: "The birthday of Sunday is approaching and we will be going there, so everything is back on track. "
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Sam then explained that she and Paul were sleeping separately with their children, but she would like to change this arrangement in the future.
She explained, "Little Paul sleeps with Paul and myself with Rosie. That's how it's been since the birth of Rosie.
"But I'm about to decorate Paul with his own bedroom; he will have an animal theme and toys and once I introduce him to his room as a surprise, he will want to 100% sleep in his own room.
"Until now, it was perfect. Our children are sleeping and our house is really cold. For us, it's not a problem.
"I know people say when you spend time alone, but we do it, we always do it. We simply say how nice it is to have our babies with us. "
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