Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons have reportedly broken up thanks to (at least according to a ~source~) the relationship running its course. The pair started dating last summer shortly after Kendall was spotted making out with Anwar Hadid, and the supermodel even recently said she could see herself getting married.
Attention those of you super invested in Kendall Jenner and Ben Simmons’ relationship! (Anyone? Guys? You out there?) Unfortunately, the couple have split up following almost a year of dating. A source tells People that—much like Ross and Rachel circa Friends—they’re “on a break” and that “the relationship ran its course. She’s spending time with her friends and back to being in fun mode
Kendall and Ben started their ~love journey~ (so sorry) back in June of last year, and seem to have become “official” around July 4th, where they were caught cuddling in the background of Khloé Kardashian’s Instagram Stories
They were by each other’s sides all summer—even taking a joint vacation to Mexico with Tristan and Khloé—and they spent Valentine’s Day together earlier this year. Kendall even chilled with Ben’s mom! Plus, somewhat ironically, the supermodel literally just opened up to Vogue about the possibility of getting married (presumably to Ben since they were together at the time of the interview?), saying “Maybe. Definitely not now, but maybe one day.”
Kendall’s sisters Khloé and Kourtney Kardashian are also single at the moment, so it goes without saying that they’re going to have a super fun drama-free summer. Perhaps! We’ll see.
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