Another Hadid split!
A source spilled to gossip blog Deuxmoi that the two have been known to "break up/get back together/break up/get back together." However, the insider insisted this time it is the real deal, and they are now done for good.
Their relationship had apparently been on the rocks as of late, with the 26-year-old popstar in London recording her new album and touring, while Anwar had been living the bachelor life in New York with their pup, Dexter.
"The couple floated the idea about putting the brakes on their romance last month as traveling so much and being apart is proving tough," an insider dished to The Sun earlier this month, adding: "Their relationship is going through a crisis and appears to be on the rocks."
Since going public with their romance, the duo kept their relationship on the down-low. However, the brunette beauty previously gushed over Gigi and Bella Hadid's younger brother via an Instagram post for his birthday on June 22. Alongside an array of candid and adorable snaps of the then-lovebirds, Dua shared that Anwar makes her "world so much better," and she's "lucky" to love the California native and be loved by him in return.
Their split could be tricky, given that the former flames dropped a whopping $2.5 million on a L.A. "treehouse"-style home in July. The chic abode is equipped with two bedrooms and two bathrooms and is located in the Studio City neighborhood.
Anwar's split from the "Levitating" songstress comes shortly after his older sister Gigi dumped her former boy-bander beau, Zayn Malik, following a messy dispute with their mom, Yolanda. OK! previously reported, the "Pillowtalk" crooner was at his Pennsylvania home on September 29 when he got into an explosive argument with Gigi and Yolanda.
Zayn allegedly "shoved her [Yolanda] into a dresser causing mental anguish and physical pain." The musician denied any physical contact. However, Zayn pled no contest on Wednesday, October 27, meaning the artist accepted the conviction, but avoided a factual admission of guilt. He was ordered to 90 days probation for each count, totaling nearly one year.