Celebrity Breakups of 2018
End of 2022 is near, and celebrity relationships seem to be dissolving at an astonishing pace. Since January, several couples that were happily coupled at the beginning of 2022 have either filed for divorce or simply disappeared from public view altogether; many reality TV stars have also experienced their relationships disintegrating or ending suddenly over recent months.
Breakups between celebrity couples have often been more painful than anticipated, whether due to irreconcilable differences or just growing apart. Some stars have managed their split gracefully while others may need to focus on family life or careers alone.
Monique Samuels of Real Housewives of Potomac fame and Chris are still closely married, though their details of their separation remain confidential. According to Us Weekly’s rep for them both: “Monique and Chris are making every effort possible to remain as close to one another while working through their rough patch – fans are asked to respect their privacy during this trying time.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone finally called it quits after nearly four years together in August, which prompted their reps to confirm it with Page Six. Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford also parted ways early August; though Eilish’s representative told Page Six they remain good friends.
Noah Beck and Dixie D’Amelio had been involved for more than two years prior to their separation, amassing an extensive following on Tik Tok as Tik Tok influencers who often promoted each other’s content. Both parties cited irreconcilable differences as the reason behind their departure from one another.
As for these other notable couples who split this year, Danica Patrick and Carter Comstock were one of many celebrities who parted ways this year, according to Page Six. After dating for just under a year before calling it quits in March according to Page Six, Page Six reported their split.
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