Rita Ora has reportedly been left heartbroken after splitting from Andrew Garfield. If you were hoping to get an appearance of the couple on the red carpet, you will be heartbroken too because they have apparently split four months after Rita Ora and Andrew Garfield started dating.
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According to The Sun, “Andrew called things off because he wants to live a more private life. Rita is cut up about the whole situation. The split has been hard for her as they spend a lot of time together.
They spent Christmas together and she thought things were going well between them. Her career is going from strength to strength and lives her life in the spotlight but he likes to live a more private life. Rita tried to do that and kept her romance off the social media but things didn’t work out.”
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They were last seen together in December 2018. Even though it’s sad, they have both accepted it and moved on. With lips sealed this tightly, it’s not likely that we will know what went wrong between Ora and Garfield.
Andrew Garfield and his ex-girlfriend Emma Stone kept a similarly low profile during their 4 years long on and off the relationship.
Rita Ora is a British singer, songwriter, and actress who rose to prominence in 2012. ” Let you love me” made Ora the first British female solo artist to have 13 top ten songs in the UK. In 2016 she began a relationship with American musician Andrew Watt and was together for two years until September 2018. They got back together in January 2019 but broke up again in October 2019.
Andrew Garfield is a British-American actor who gained wider recognition for playing spider man in the 2012 superhero movie The Amazing Spider-Man and its sequel. In 2011 he began dating his The Amazing Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone and reportedly broke up in 2015.
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