(Metronews247) According to a source close to Woodley, she and Aaron Rodgers have called off their engagement.
“They grew apart as a result of their hectic schedules, and their relationship suffered as a result. There is no ill will between them, and they will remain friends “According to the source.
Metronews has reached out to their respective spokespeople for comment, but they have yet to respond.
Their breakup comes nearly a year after Woodley declared her intention to marry the football player in an appearance with Jimmy Fallon.
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“We are engaged,” Woodley confirmed. “We’ve decided to get married.” But, you know, it’s hardly breaking news for us, so it’s kind of amusing. Everyone is freaking out over it right now, and we’re just like, ‘Yeah, we’ve been engaged for a long.'”
“There are no plans for a wedding in the works. It’s not necessary to hurry. There’s no need to hurry, “In a July 2021 interview, she told Entertainment Tonight.
Rodgers told Haute Living in September 2021 that they were concentrating on their own careers.
“Since she has a hectic work schedule, [my decision] occurred at an opportune moment for both of us to be able to focus on our job.” “I believe it will be beneficial,” he told the site. “I mean, her business was shut down for a year, and she had a lot of projects lined up.” She appreciates her work and her own schedule, which I am sure she enjoys as well.”
A source told Metronews247 earlier this year that the two frequently “agree to disagree” on topics where they don’t agree. “They don’t talk about their politics, and they never have,” the person explained. “They had a lot of disagreements. They resolved early on to agree to disagree.
Woodley also stated that she has yet to watch Rodgers play quarterback for the Green Bay Packers due to the Covid-19 epidemic.
“We met during this crazy, crazy time, and all of the stadiums he was playing in were closed, so I’ve never been to a football game,” she continued. “I didn’t grow up with sports, particularly American sports; it was never on my radar.”