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Ryan Seacrest & Aubrey Paige Have Broken Up After TV Host Allegedly Felt 'Pressure' To Marry

It looks like Aubrey's relationship contract has officially expired, because she and TV "personality" Ryan Seacrest have called it quits after three years.

via: People

"After three beautiful years together, Ryan and Aubrey have mutually decided to part ways," a source close to the couple tells PEOPLE.

"They plan to stay in each other’s lives as good friends and support one another’s endeavors."

A rep for Seacrest confirms the split.

The pair first went public in May 2021 when they were spotted together in the Hamptons celebrating Memorial Day. While Seacrest, 49, and Paige, 26, attended a handful of events over the years, including the LACMA 2022 Collectors Committee Gala and the premiere of Jennifer Lopez’s documentary, Halftime, in June 2022, they've opted to keep the relationship mostly private.

Still, they shared sweet glimpses of the romance on social media.

"Safe to say the best part of 2021 was meeting the most incredible man 😍🙌🏼," the model and entrepreneur captioned photos of the couple on New Year's Eve that year. "Wishing everyone love, happiness, safety & health in 2022 🥂."

As Seacrest ended his six-year run as co-host of Live with Kelly Ripa on April 14, 2023, Paige was on hand in the audience with Seacrest's parents and sister, and later posted: "Ryan, never have I ever met a more inspiring man… You make it look so easy, but the truth is there is just nobody quite like you. I am so beyond proud of you. Not just for your work ethic, but for your caring heart and the genuine love that you give to others."

Most recently, Paige appeared on Seacrest’s show On Air with Ryan Seacrest to promote her new wine game, Sippin on Somethin’. "Congratulations @aubreypaige_ for bringing this great idea to life, so proud of you," the star posted in support on April 4. 

Famous for simultaneous juggling of multiple high-powered jobs, including American Idol, his radio show and hands-on work with the Ryan Seacrest Foundation, the veteran star will officially take on Wheel of Fortune hosting duties in September after Pat Sajak’s retirement.

Although Seacrest acknowledged there will be jitters following in Sajak’s footsteps, he recently told PEOPLE he's spent a lifetime unknowingly preparing for the gig.

"I've been watching the show all my life," he said. "I think that this is a show that means so much to a lot of people. It's a part of their lives, they like to get together at the end of the day and try and solve the puzzles. And for me, it's a chance to give away cash and prizes and work with the legendary Vanna White."

For her part, White told PEOPLE she's looking forward to their partnership. “I know Ryan — he is professional, he's good at what he does, he's kind," White said in October. “I think it's going to be good. He's such a nice guy and he loves what he does. He said, 'Look, I am not replacing Pat. I'm not going in to try to fill Pat's shoes. No one can ever replace him'." 

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