Andrew Garfield’s girlfriend Alyssa Miller denies breaking up

Andrew Garfield and his girlfriend, Alyssa Miller, are still doing well.

The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model took to Instagram on Monday to shut down reports that she and the “Tick, Tick…Boom!” star broke up.

“If you have to chat, at least use a nice photo,” Miller, 32, captioned a selfie she took with Garfield, 38, in a car on the night of the 2022 SAG Awards, where the couple took to the streets. made her red carpet debut in February.

“Lol I love you AG 🦋,” she added.

Miller decided to set the record straight three days after The Sun reported that she and the ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ star had ended their months-long romance.

“They had been together for some time before they went public, but work schedules meant it was very difficult to see each other,” a source told the British newspaper on Friday. “On top of that, it became clear there were differences between them, and it was decided that they were better apart, for now at least.”

Andrew Garfield makes a peace sign at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar party.
Garfield was nominated for an Oscar this year for his role in “Tick, Tick…Boom!”
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The source added that the since-debunked split was “disappointing” for Garfield, although he was “holding his head high and making time for himself after a hectic few months.”

“Entertainment Tonight” also reported that the couple had split, with an insider blaming “commitments and work schedules.”

Alyssa Miller takes a mirror selfie in a black bra and jeans.
Miller was briefly married to Tame Impala’s Cam Avery.

Garfield and Miller were first spotted together in November 2021 when they were photographed holding hands in New York City.

The Oscar nominee previously dated his ‘Spider-Man’ co-star Emma Stone and pop star Rita Ora, while Miller was linked to Jake Gyllenhaal in 2013 and had a brief marriage to Tame Impala musician Cam Avery in 2018.

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