The Lethal Weapon 2 star was plunged into a deep depression after separating from DJ Jeremy Healy in April (10), admitting she felt "foolish and ashamed" of the break-up.
And after four failed unions, Kensit has sworn off ever settling down again.
She tells She magazine, "This year has been truly, truly awful. I lost my confidence and ballooned from eight stone to 11. But I'm looking forward now, with one million per cent conviction, that I definitely won't be getting married again."
"I also felt I'd put myself first before my kids and I didn't want that. It's embarrassing, humiliating, all those terrible emotions that make you want to run away and hide. I can't tell you how foolish and ashamed I feel."
Kensit previously wed Big Audio Dynamite frontman Dan Donovan, Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr and Oasis star Liam Gallagher.
The Lethal Weapon 2 star, whose fourth marriage to DJ Jeremy Healy fell apart in February (10), had put pen to paper for the tome to document her colourful life.
But Kensit has cancelled plans to release the book for the sake of her 10-year-old son Lennon, by Oasis star Gallagher, according to Britain's Mail on Sunday.
A source tells the publication, "The publishers wanted all the juicy details about their marriage and why it broke down and Liam said he didn’t think it was right that Lennon should have to read that when he’s older.
"Patsy had high hopes for the book and it was a real warts-and-all account, but she has agreed to shelve it for the time being."
Kensit has enjoyed a series of rock 'n' roll husbands - she married Gallagher at the height of his Oasis fame in 1997, after her failed marriages to Big Audio Dynamite star Donovan and Simple Minds singer Kerr. She also has a teenage son, James, 16, with Kerr.
The Lethal Weapon 2 star, whose fourth marriage to DJ Jeremy Healy fell apart in February (10), is in negotiations with publisher Harper Collins to release an autobiography documenting her colourful life, according to Britain's News of the World.
A source tells the publication, "It promises to be explosive stuff. Failing a miraculous reconciliation with Jeremy, he can expect to find it painful reading.
"A lot of people will be very nervous about what she has to say."
Kensit has enjoyed a series of rock 'n' roll husbands - she married Gallagher at the height of his Oasis fame in 1997, after her failed marriages to Big Audio Dynamite frontman Donovan and Simple Minds singer Kerr.
The Lethal Weapon 2 star wed her fourth husband, DJ Jeremy Healy, in April last year (09) but rumours have been rife that the union is in trouble.
Kensit's rep spoke out about the stories in February (10), confirming the couple has been taking some time apart, adding: "Patsy and Jeremy remain committed to making their marriage work."
But it seems the pair has failed to resolve its problems - and Kensit is selling the London home they shared, reports Britain's The Sun.
A source tells the publication, "They've done all they can to try to make it work. It has just fizzled out."
Kensit has previously been married to Big Audio Dynamite frontman Dan Donovan, Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr and Oasis star Liam Gallagher.
The Lethal Weapon 2 star wed her fourth husband, DJ Jeremy Healy, in April last year (09), following divorces from Big Audio Dynamite frontman Dan Donovan, Simple Minds singer Jim Kerr and Oasis star Liam Gallagher.
Recent rumours suggested the pair's relationship had broken down and Healy had moved out of the marital home in London.
A rep for the actress has revealed the couple is taking some time apart, but will try to resolve its problems.
The spokesman tells British newspaper the Mail on Sunday, "Patsy and Jeremy remain committed to making their marriage work. Spending this time apart has always been part of Jeremy's work schedule and on his return they are going to spend some time working things through."
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