Chloe Grace Moretz and boyfriend Brooklyn Beckham breakup. Will the young couple get back together?
It’s not been long when Chloe Grace Moretz and Brooklyn Beckham’s PDA stirred many hot cups of coffee. The couple who seemed too much in love were inseparable and that was adorable in many ways. However sadly for the couple, it looks like this was all about it because the couple has indeed broken up.
Although in the recent months their love was much hype it wasn’t until May when Chloe and Brooklyn had come open about their affair. In fact, the relationship rumors started from way back in 2014. However, in the recent weeks, the two of them weren’t spending much time together despite being in the same city. And finally, the strings seem to have given up as the couple is not together anymore.
The Beckham family arrived in London on Tuesday with a very sad faced Brooklyn who looked totally heartbroken. But not keeping his spirits down the eldest son of David Beckham and Victoria Beckham was seen heading to a skate park in Noting Hill. On the other side, Chloe who is known for being absolutely stunning and gorgeous too was spotted in Paris on Thursday looking sad which just gives all their beloved fans to continue shipping. This might just be a new start to their relationship and not the end after all distances makes the heart grow fonder.
In spite of all this the rumor mill also has it say that the reason for the breakup was Chloe Grace Moretz being way too clingy with Brooklyn and it was Brooklyn who dumped her. Yes, that’s right. The sad face of Brooklyn might just be the guilt of separation or rather accusations. Hmm, we wonder, though if that is the reason because Chloe once also claimed that she won't date older men. Taking that as an evidence Chloe definitely has some signs of immaturity in her probably which pissed off Brooklyn. Just saying.
Yet like any other “young” couple the much-adored pair might just find their way back to each other.
We hope for the couple to sort out their difference soon and get back together because it’s not over until it is indeed OVER.