Nothing to hide!
Despite breaking off their engagement back in February, the exes have been spending some time together, including a visit to the Demetria Estate Winery in Los Olivos, Calif., over the weekend.
The NFL star, 38, and the Divergent actress, 30, "were seated outside with a group of friends on the patio and enjoyed the wine tasting experience," while not paying any mind to potential onlookers, an insider spilled to Us Weekly.
Rodgers and Woodley "weren't hiding the fact that they were together," the witness added.
The report comes amid rumors that the exes are trying to patch up their relationship, and it isn't the first time they've been seen together since announcing their "amicable" split one year after their engagement.
At the time of their breakup announcement, sources claimed, "neither of them was happy" in the relationship, as the Big Little Lies actress "felt he neglected their relationship," due to his demanding football schedule.
However, the formerly engaged pair was spotted together shortly after, as they they were seen late last month grabbing breakfast together in Los Angeles, although a source claimed they didn't "hang out too long."
The duo is now believed to be "talking through things," as the The Secret Life of the American Teenager alum isn't done with the athlete for good, as OK! reported.
"Now that Aaron is in [the] off season, he has more downtime and can focus more on a relationship," an insider dished. "Shailene is understanding and open — she hasn't shut the door completely or [she] would've never agreed to meet up with him."
"No one, including them, knows what the future holds — they can possibly get back together or they can decide they aren't meant to be," the source continued, adding: "That's up to them to figure out."
Rodgers — who found himself embroiled in controversy late last year after seemingly lying about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine shot — previously expressed his regret for the chaos he caused his loved ones, including Woodley.
"I didn't realize in the midst of the COVID conversations how much of my situation was affecting my loved ones and my people," he stated. "I am very sorry to those people, Shai and my loved ones."