SAS: Who Dares Wins star Jay Morton and celebrity hairstylist Lou Teasdale have split after a few months of dating, according to reports.
Jay, 39, and Harry Styles' close pal Lou, also 39, were spotted looking loved-up at Coachella festival last year and later confirmed that they were an item on social media.
But after going official on Instagram in April last year, Lou has now seemingly removed all pictures of her and Jay from her account.
A source told The Sun: "They split up last year and it wasn't amicable. She's hoping for a fresh start in 2023."
OK! has approached Jay and Lou's representatives for comment.
The break-up news comes after Lou shared a telling end of year post, which read: "No 2022 dump from me because it was the most horrible year of my life, be kind & look after people."
"Here are some nice people in Tulum instead," she added, posting pics from her recent Mexico break.
One Direction bassist Sandy Beales wrote underneath: "Sorry to hear that Lou, lots of love."
Sam Smith's tour manager Gemma Peacock penned: "Love you. 2023 will be grand babes."
Cassie Lomas also wrote: "Oh no! In the words of Yazz…. The only way is up babe! Happy New Year."
Fans also waded in to support Lou through this tough time, with one writing: "Never have to relive that year. Thank god. Love you baba xxx."
"Here's to 2023 being better for us both xx," another said.
"Thank you so much for sharing, and I’m so sorry you had to go through this," a third added. "I hope 2023 is nothing but good to you! Sending you hugs and love xx."
Hairstylist Lou became famous in her own right when she began working with One Direction in the band's early days, joining them on their many worldwide tours.
She has a number of close celeb pals, and was very good friends with presenter Caroline Flack.
Tragically, Lou was one of the last people to see Caroline before her tragic death at her London home in 2020.
Jay was last seen on Lou’s social media back in May when they took a mirror selfie together and has not appeared on her page since.
The star is well-known for being on the TV show SAS: Who Dare Wins after completing 14 years of decorated military service, with 10 years in the Special Forces (SAS) and four years in the Parachute Regiment.
In his debut SAS series, Jay first appeared to be taking part as a contestant before being exposed as an undercover instructor.
After his stint on the show, he said he was "too busy" to continue as he focused his efforts on writing books, including Soldier: Respect Is Earned.
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