It seems like the love season is over!
Camila Cabello and Shawn Mendes’ hot and heavy romance is over as the couple ended their relationship after dating for two years.
On Wednesday, the couple announced their breakup news through an Instagram post on their individual Instagram accounts.
According to Shawn Mendes IG story, it says, “We started our relationship as best friends and will continue to be best friends. We appreciate your support from the beginning and moving forward. Camila and Shawn.”
The announcement came as a shock for fans as the couple appeared madly in love with each other on Halloween as they dressed up in matching folklorico costumes to celebrate the Day of the Dead.
No one knew, a relationship that started back in 2019 and appeared as “stronger than ever” would end up like this.
In fact, when the coronavirus pandemic was at its peak, Camila and Shawn moved to Miami to meet the Cabello family, which they described as a “really beautiful experience.”
During an interview on Nov 2020, Shawn shared, “It was the first time I was quiet and I was able to be like, ‘What is happening in this world and how do I feel about it and what can I do and where does this go from here?”
“That was the best gift I think I’ve ever, ever been given in my whole life” he added.
During her time with Shawn, the Havana singer learned a lot about their relationship and herself. In a post on Instagram she said, he makes her feel “braver, wiser, and better.”
“When you’re in a relationship with someone, it feels like they are this mirror reflecting yourself back to you—I constantly have to confront my fears, my anxieties, my insecurities, my patterns of thinking, my beliefs about life and about myself” the post reads.”It’s not as simple as it looks in pictures sometimes. Sometimes, it’s messy and uncomfortable and ugly lol. But there’s nothing like the pull, the FORCE that is love.”
The breakup news hit even harder when it came out that the couple was going for therapy as the Liar singer revealed, it is because of therapy, they are able to “trust each other so much.”
“I’ll be venting or ranting about something, and he’ll be like, ‘Have you talked to X about it?’ And I’ll be like, ‘No. I’ve got to do a session.’ And he’ll do the same thing to me. That level of transparency really helps a lot.”