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Florence Pugh and Zach Braff in SPLITSVILLE! Stars call it quits after three years of dating

Florence Pugh and Zach Braff faced criticism for their 21-year age difference during their relations, which they constantly defended
UPDATED AUG 17, 2022
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff worked together on the short film, 'In the Time It Takes to Get There' (Joe Maher, Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff worked together on the short film, 'In the Time It Takes to Get There' (Joe Maher, Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Hollywood's most private couple Florence Pugh and Zach Braff are ending their relationship after three years of dating. The actress revealed in an interview with Harper's Bazaar that earlier this year, she and the Scrubs actor parted ways.

The couple made their relationship public back in 2019. However, Pugh, 26, and Braff, 47 faced criticism for their 21-year age difference during their relationship, which they constantly defended. Their professional relationship began with Braff's short film titled 'In the Time It Takes to Get There' in which Pugh portrays an 18th-century influencer. Shortly after its release, the pair were photographed holding hands in New York City, making their relationship Instagram official.


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Pugh posted her update about her interview with Harper Bazaar on Instagram in which she wrote, "But to share honesty very openly to Andrea, have my words and opinion woven into such a powerful piece without any twist or turn, is honestly such a wonderful and proud feeling."

The Lady Macbeth actress said in her interview, "We’ve been trying to do this separation without the world knowing because it’s been a relationship that everybody has an opinion on." Pugh added, "We just felt something like this would really do us the benefit of not having millions of people telling us how happy they are that we’re not together. So we’ve done that. I automatically get a lumpy throat when I talk about it."

'A Good Person' is about a young lady who must put her life back together after an unexpected catastrophe, was a project the two were working on together before their breakup and is scheduled to be released next year. It is reported that Braff created the script having Pugh in mind. Recalling her experience, the actress said, "The movie that we made together genuinely was probably one of my most favorite experiences,” says Pugh. "It felt like a very natural and easy thing to do." Additionally, it gave her clarity into her future professional goals. She said, "I feel like I am now getting into this groove in my career where I’m knowing what I can take, what I give, and what I will not accept anymore."

Praises poured in on Instagram after the actress shared her experience of opening up about herself in her recent interview. One user commented, "proud of you every single second of every day florence." Another user wrote, "I don’t think my heart can take this anymore." "You're amazing. It's refreshing to see someone so genuine in such a weird industry," wrote another user.

One user commented, "You‘re beautiful from inside out, Florence. And I‘m proud to be your fan. You‘re honest, genuine and thoughtful. And you should live your life the way you want and not give a damn about what others expect or want you to do. It‘s your life and your heart. You deserve the best."

Another user immensely praised Pugh and said, "One of the best interviews i have read. Things you've said nd mentioned are really right, showed the people their place. Put the words straight, clear, justified. Nd that line, "I know what I can give, what I can't accept." That's really a good one with great depth. Loved it."