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Chris Pine and Annabelle Wallis reportedly split

Chris Pine and his girlfriend Annabelle Wallis have reportedly broken up after almost four years together.

The ‘Star Trek’ actor and the ‘Malignant’ actress “have broken up and haven’t been together for a few months,” a source told Entertainment Tonight.

Representatives for Pine and Wallis did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

Throughout their relationship, Pine, 41, and Wallis, 37, have kept their relationship extremely private, never attending events together or posting about each other on social media.

When the pair were spotted they were either having lunch, taking a walk or running errands.

The couple first sparked romance rumors in March 2018 when they were spotted together at London’s Heathrow Airport.

Annabelle Wallis and Chris Pine walking in Los Angeles
The two stars had a first romantic relationship in the spring of 2018.

The English actress and ‘This Means War’ star seemingly confirmed their romance in July 2018 when they were spotted holding hands while out for a walk in London.

A month later, Wallis was seen vacationing on a yacht with Pine and her parents.

Like many other couples, Pine and Wallis spent the COVID-19 quarantine together and celebrated the holidays with themselves in 2020.

Chris Pine posing at a red carpet event
Pine and Wallis have spent the pandemic holidays together before.
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“First time in 40 years I’m not with my family, but I will be with my girlfriend and her family here,” Pine told Extra in December 2020. “Taking this year as it is, this that she is… I’m going to open myself up to new rituals… Everyone is happy and healthy, whether they’re in my family, my circle of friends, that’s all I can ask for.

Prior to dating Wallis, Pine was linked to “The Hills” star Audrina Patridge, Olivia Munn and Zoë Kravitz. Pine and Kravitz were recently spotted having dinner and even gave each other a warm hug in Los Angeles in November.

Wallis, meanwhile, previously dated Coldplay frontman Chris Martin from 2014 to 2016.

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