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Shailene Woodley, Aaron Rodgers break up (once more) after lately reconciling – Nationwide

Shailene Woodley, Aaron Rodgers break up (once more) after lately reconciling – Nationwide

Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers have reportedly damaged up.

Woodley, 30, and Rodgers, 38, have gone their separate methods after lately patching issues up, in line with Individuals.

The Divergent actor and Tremendous Bowl MVP initially introduced their engagement in February 2021 and known as it off the identical month in 2022. They reportedly mended issues briefly, however seem to have fallen out once more.

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“Shailene felt all the things was on Aaron’s phrases and it wasn’t making her blissful,” a supply reportedly instructed the publication.

A number of different leisure publications additionally confirmed the break up.

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A supply beforehand painted a special image to Individuals concerning the couple’s break up in February.

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“They’re very totally different folks with busy careers and there have been obstacles that they couldn’t surmount,” the supply stated on the time. “They are going to stay pleasant; there’s no unhealthy blood and no drama. It simply didn’t work out for them.

ET Canada has reached out to Woodley’s rep for remark.

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