After two years of dating

14-Jan-2020 17:36

Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik have called it quits after two years of dating."Gigi and I had an incredibly meaningful, loving and fun relationship and I have a huge amount of respect and adoration for Gigi as a woman and a friend.

She has such an incredible soul," Malik tweeted in a note on Tuesday.

They had celebrated their two-year dating anniversary just a few months before."2 yrs w my favorite human," Hadid wrote in November alongside a photo of the two sharing a smooch.

Hadid and Malik first sparked romance rumors in November 2015 after they were spotted leaving an American Music Awards after-party together.

The two spent holidays like Christmas, Halloween and Eid al-Adha together and even covered .

Despite their packed schedules and busy careers, the two managed to make time for each other and be their biggest fans.

Emma, 27, was last seen in public with her businessman boyfriend in May and one insider even told Us Weekly that the couple may have called it quits not long after.

The actress' rep, meanwhile, told the American magazine: "I'm afraid I don't comment on my client's personal life." Emma, who found fame playing Hermione Granger the Harry Potter movies, is notoriously private about her love life.

However, the Beauty and the Beast star never once spoke about their relationship in public.The two took a brief break shortly after the gala but rekindled their romance that summer.They had epitomized #Relationship Goals ever since.I want nothing but the best for him and will continue to support him as a friend that I have immense respect and love for.As for the future, whatever's meant to be will always be.

However, the Beauty and the Beast star never once spoke about their relationship in public.The two took a brief break shortly after the gala but rekindled their romance that summer.They had epitomized #Relationship Goals ever since.I want nothing but the best for him and will continue to support him as a friend that I have immense respect and love for.As for the future, whatever's meant to be will always be.I always wondered: What is it about this idea of the seven-year-itch (beyond the fun and kitschy Marilyn Monroe film of the same name) that we cling to so?