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Aaron Rodgers And Shailene Woodley Spotted Together At California Winery Weeks After Breakup

It’s reported that Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley are done with their relationship but it appears they are back together as they were spotted again at the Demetria Estate Winery in Los Olivos.

They probably couldn’t get over each other after breaking up and have decided to continue from where they ended things via Page Six.

The on-again, off-again pair – who reportedly ended their engagement in February – were spotted hanging out again on Saturday, this time with friends at a winery in California.

Multiple outlets report that Rodgers, 38, and Woodley, 30, appeared in great spirits while spending time together at the Demetria Estate Winery in Los Olivos.

“They seemed really happy,” a source told People. “[Shailene] was sitting on [Aaron’s] lap while they hung out at the table with friends.”

“They kissed each other’s heads and were very affectionate,” the insider added.

The two were also spotted trying their luck at the Chumash Casino Resort in Santa Ynez the night prior, TMZ reported.

Rodger and Woodley’s California adventure comes less than two weeks after they were photographed arriving together in Palm Beach via a private jet. Days prior, they attended the wedding of Rodgers’ Green Bay Packers teammate David Bakhtiari.

BSO reported how Woodley and Rodgers briefly broke up, but it now seems they are back together.

$150 million contract sometimes brings a couple closer together.

Rodgers will be without Davante Adams, but he seems to be cool with that.

According to sources, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was aware of Adams’ disconnect with the team. One source said Rodgers knew this was coming even before he signed his new contract with Green Bay, though another source close to the situation added that Rodgers still believed Adams would remain a Packer in 2022. After all, Adams said himself he wanted to be the highest-paid receiver in the NFL, and sources say the Packers were willing to exceed DeAndre Hopkins’ $27.25 million average annual salary to do that.

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