Georgina Chapman has broken her silence for the first time, revealing that she was never suspicious of Harvey Weinstein's lewd behaviour.

The British fashion designer and co-founder of Marchesa told Vogue magazine that she had no idea what was going on behind her back, the BBC has reported.

Marchesa founder claims she was 'naive' and gobsmacked when the scandal erupted

Chapman said that she was "so naive" and "so humiliated and so broken" when the scandal broke out seven months ago.

When asked if she was ever alarmed by her husband's behaviour, Harvey Weinstein's estranged wife replied "absolutely not," adding that she thought she had a very happy marriage and that she loved her life. Moreover, she describes Harvey Weinstein as "a wonderful partner."

“There was a part of me that was terribly naive — clearly, so naive,” Chapman confessed regretfully. “I have moments of rage, I have moments of confusion, I have moments of disbelief! And I have moments when I just cry for my children. What are their lives going to be? What are people going to say to them?”

Georgina Chapman's statements come months after it was revealed that the disgraced movie mogul forced actresses like Felicity Huffman to wear Marchesa garments on the red carpet.

The 42-year-old was accused of benefiting from her husbands' Hollywood connections and intimidation tactics and turning a blind eye to his wrongdoings.

It took the fashion designer five months to find the courage to leave the house

Chapman's life was turned upside down when last October it was revealed that the Oscar-winning movie producer had been sexually abusing female actresses for decades.

The fashion designer claims she was so shocked by the accusations that five days after the investigation piece was published by the New York Times and the New Yorker, she already had lost 10 pounds. What's more, after divorcing Weinstein, the mother-of-two refused to leave her New York home for five months, thinking that it wouldn't be right to go out.

“I was so humiliated and so broken . . . that . . . I, I, I . . . didn’t think it was respectful to go out,” she said tearfully. “I thought, who am I to be parading around with all of this going on? It’s still so very, very raw.”

Despite all the misgivings, Chapman's fashion brand made a grand return on Monday at the Met Gala, with actress Scarlett Johansson sporting a cherry-red and white floral Marchesa gown. Johansson defended her choice of dress by saying that it is her pleasure to support a brand created by "two incredibly talented and important female designers."