Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have broken off their engagement - Here

Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have broken off their engagement - Here

Actor Robert Pattinson has reportedly split from singer FKA Twigs.

But now, to add to the shock celeb splits that have broken our hearts this year, the duo have reportedly split after spending three years together. "But in recent months, they have really started to pull away, passing less and less time together", said a relative.

"Rob is exhausted of it, has called off their engagement and told friends they have split", the insider continued. But with such a liability, there are still strong feelings.

Pattinson and Twigs (whose real name is Tahliah Barnett) have not yet publicly responded to the reports.

Per the Daily Mail, around the same time FKA Twigs engaged in suggestive hair snuggling with a French model.

See: What's Going On With Robert Pattinson And FKA Twigs? "That's a rule". A year after that though, Pattinson was reported to have told a friend that he finds Perry "hot" at a movie premier after-party.

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Fans also spotted that FKA was not wearing the ring on August 1, which immediately prompted questions about a break-up from observers.

Rob proposed to FKA in 2015, just a few months after they were first photographed in public together, but told Howard Stern in July he was "kind of" engaged to the singer. "They were inseparable during their first two years, said a close relative of Robert Pattinson at the Sun". 'You're one of those secretive guys with the relationship, right?

"It's one of the most frustrating things in the world, you want to be able to [be more open], but it's literally like, you get stuck in this position but you have to make this decision whether you want to let the insane people in", he said.

She told the New York Times: 'There's no amount of songs I can sing or dances I can dance that will prove to them I'm not a monkey'.

"They were serious at one point, but not anymore".