Dua Lipa’s relationship with boyfriend Anwar Hadid is thought to be in ‘crisis’, it has been claimed.
The Levitating singer, 26, and model, 22, were first linked in 2019, and have been inseparable ever since.
They have spent much of the last two years enjoying swanky holidays together, giving glimpses of their romance on social media.
However, according to reports, things between the pair are said to be ‘on the rocks’ at the moment, due to their hectic schedules.
‘The couple floated the idea about putting the brakes on their romance last month as travelling so much and being apart is proving tough,’ an insider told the Sun.
‘Their relationship is going through a crisis and appears to be on the rocks.’
The pair are yet to address the rumours publicly, but have both been active on Instagram.
Dua and Anwar, younger brother of models Bella and Gigi Hadid, started dating two years ago, and moved in together shortly after.
They recently celebrated Halloween together, with the model sharing photos of their costumes and festivities last month.
Alongside the social media post – which showed the pair cuddling up for the camera – he wrote: ‘I never been good at halloween but this year was fun and i carved a pumkin scared some kids that wanted candy, bash may have put a trick in the bowl [sic].’
Speaking in a candid interview with the Rolling Stone, the Don’t Speak Now star also opened up about how ‘comfortable’ she was in their romance.
‘I’m very comfortable in the relationship, more so than any others,’ she said.
‘[We] wake up around 9:00, 9:30, shower, get dressed, have a bit of breakfast, take the dog out on a really nice long walk, maybe do some yoga, make some lunch, hang out, watch a movie, play with the animals.’
Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Dua and Anwar for a comment.
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