Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers have broken up and called off their whirlwind engagement according to multiple reports.
Fans started speculating that the two were no longer together after the actress was photographed without her ring while surfing in Malibu last October. Further, her nails were pained in light pink polish except for her ring finger which was painted in black.
Meanwhile, the Green Bay Packers quarterback who claimed last summer that he was “immunized” from COVID-19, confirmed he tested positive for coronavirus in November. He declined the vaccine because of allergy and his desire to become a dad as reasons why he declined to get vaccinated. When he was admitted, Shailene shared a cryptic quote on her Instagram Story that read, “Calm seas may bring you peace, but storms are where you’ll find your power.”
The couple was spending most of their time together last year. However, they were apart by the end of the summer because the actress started filming her latest movie Robots while the athlete went back to Green Bay for the NFL season.
In September, Aaron told Haute Living that he understands that work comes first for his fiancée. He told the outlet, “It’s a busy work time for her,” he explained, “So, [the season] probably came at a good time for both of us to be able to focus on our work. I think it’s going to be a good thing. I mean, her work was shut down for an entire year, and she’s booked a number of projects. She enjoys working and her own routine, which I obviously enjoy, too.”
The former couple wasn’t in a hurry to tie the knot, too. Though they’ve been engaged for months, they haven’t started planning their wedding at all. It’s still unclear how long they were together because they never opened up about their relationship at first. They wanted to know each other first before going public with their budding romance.- Advertisement -
However, fans were able to spot the former couple when they traveled together, especially to Hawaii, Mexico, and Arkansas. The actress said, “You could travel, but you had masks on. There was a sense of anonymity that otherwise I don’t think we would have had. We were really able to get to know one another the way we wanted to get to know one another and not have any noise or chaos around us.”