Tuesday 17 October 2017

Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling split over her 'love of the spotlight'

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 19: Eva Mendes is seen on September 19, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by ESBP/Star Max/FilmMagic)
NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 19: Eva Mendes is seen on September 19, 2013 in New York City. (Photo by ESBP/Star Max/FilmMagic)
Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling

Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes have called time on their relationship, according to reports.

Rumours have circulated for months that the couple were on the rocks.

But now it seems the actors have parted ways but are on good terms.

“There is no ill will,” a source told InTouch magazine. “Neither is rushing out to date other people right now.”

Meanwhile Life & Style Weekly reported another source saying that the couple “just knew it was time”.

Ryan and Eva started dating after meeting on the set of 2011 film The Place Beyond the Pines.

But it seems their different lifestyles were what finally drove them apart.

“Eva loves Hollywood, the parties, the glamour,” the InTouch source shared. “She loves going out.” Whereas Ryan, who has starred in big films including The Notebook and Drive is “introverted - very serious and a total homebody.”

As well as their differing lifestyles, another issue was reportedly about taking the next step in their relationship.

While neither star has been married before, it seems both were reluctant to tie the knot.

“They knew it was time to take the next step and get married,” a friend admitted.

“But neither was sure they wanted that to happen.”

The reports of their breakup come only days after Eva was forced to deny rumours that she was pregnant.

According to the reports, airport security she couldn't do a body scan because she was pregnant.

However the Hitch actress has since denied the gossip, with her rep explaining she always avoids the scanner and prefers the pat down.

So far there has been no comments from either star’s reps on the latest breakup rumours.

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