KRISTIN Cavallari and her boyfriend of five months, Jeff Dye, have broken up.
The 34-year-old reality star had been linked to Jeff since October, when they were first spotted locking lips at a Chicago bar.
After their PDA-filled night out, Kristin and the comedian were spotted on multiple other occasions, and the two often got flirty on social media, including on Instagram Lives with each other.
The relationship has now come to an end after five months, according to Us Weekly.
Despite their public romance and romancing, a source explained to the outlet that the two “were never officially together.”
The insider added: “Kristin is doing her own thing and focusing on building her brand Uncommon James.”
In December, The Hills star was spotted grinding against her comedian then-boyfriend in a thong bikini as the pair enjoyed a steamy vacation in Mexico.
In January, Jeff, 37, kept using the term of endearment “babe” while talking to Kristin on Instagram Live, as he even said "I love you" at one point.
During the live chat, the duo were even asked by fans about whether or not their relationship was official.
Jeff read aloud the personal question: “Can you answer the elephant in the room, are you exclusive?”
He asked in response: “Whoa, what’s going on? Why is everybody being so weird."
The comedian added: “Kristin, I always yield to you, I always submit to you. These questions are egregious.”
The 34-year-old reality star, who was on the live sitting with one of her friends, leaned into her gal pal and laughed as she avoided the question, instead reading some comments before Jeff logged off.
The split news comes as the mother of three – who shares sons Camden, eight, and Jaxon, six, and daughter Saylor, five, with ex Jay Cutler – boasted about having her “freedom” and how “it feels really damn good.”
Kristin and her former football player husband filed for divorce last April after being together for a decade.
The reality star said it was “the hardest decision” she ever made.
She claimed that they kept their problems in private when filming her show, Very Cavallari, to protect their children from seeing their marital issues on TV.
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