Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers are done with their relationship after giving it a try for the second time. But who is taking the breakup harder? Well, it’s reported that Shailene is the one upset over the breakup. Aaron is playing it cool and sort of unbothered about the breakup but that can’t be said for Shailene.
Us Weekly has more on Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley’s failed relationship.
No turning back. Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers appear to be handling their split differently after officially calling it quits earlier this spring.
“Shailene and Aaron are no longer together,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly, noting that the exes have been “on and off” since their initial February breakup. Now, however, “friends have been told it’s over for good,” per the insider.
The Big Little Lies alum, 30, and the Green Bay Packers quarterback, 38, “remain on amicable terms,” the source says, adding that the pair “just didn’t work out as a couple.”
The professional athlete, who revealed in February 2021 that he was engaged, “appears to be moving on just fine,” the insider tells Us.
“Shailene is more upset over the split,” the source says, explaining that “ultimately, Shailene was not happy in the relationship.”
Us confirmed in February that the twosome called off their engagement after a whirlwind romance. (They were first linked in summer 2020 before news broke in February 2021 of Rodgers’ proposal.)
“Shailene has been super busy with work,” an insider told Us after the split, noting that Rodgers is always “focused” on football. “Everything was so different during lockdown, and they had been living in their bubble.”
Last month, the Insurgent actress hinted that she and the former University of California, Berkley player had called it quits for good while sharing a cryptic social media message about grief.
“Grief expressed out loud for someone we have lost, or a country or home we have lost, is in itself the greatest praise we could ever give them,” she posted via her Instagram Story, quoting author Martín Prechtel. “Grief is praise, because it is the natural way love honors what it misses.”
Shailene Woodley should have read between the lines that Aaron Rodgers isn’t a man who is bothered about relationship stuff. Giving that relationship a second chance was a total mistake and it is clear he is focused on football and doing Pat Mcafee appearances.
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