Millie Bobby Brown and beau Jacob Sartorius confirm split in Instagram story
Millie Bobby Brown and Jacob Sartorius have confirmed they are no longer a couple through an Instagram story
Millie Bobby Brown and beau Jacob Sartorius were one of the 'it' couples in Hollywood; Millie because of her popularity as '11' on Netflix's mega-hit science fiction-horror 'Stranger Things,' and Jacob because of his Musical.ly shenanigans. However, it appears as though the pair have already called it quits on their 8-month-old fling, with both teenagers posting identical messages on Instagram confirming the end of their relationship.
Brown, 14, posted a message on her Instagram story that read: "The decision with Jacob and I was completely mutual. We are both happy and remaining friends."
That message was mirrored by Jacob, who took to his own Instagram story to write: "The decision w mills was completely mutual & we are both happy and remaining friends."
The news would definitely come as a blow to Millie's 19 million-odd followers who had grown to love the pair's escapades on the social media platform. Pictures of the two together had become a regular occurrence on each of their feeds but some already suspected that something may have gone wrong after neither had posted anything with the other in quite some time.
It was speculated that they had first begun dating in October when Millie posted a photo with Jacob on her Instagram story, going on to exchange comments on the platform.
Fans then noticed that the actress had liked one of Jacob's tweets where he had written, "just another day w you on my mind" on January 8, and four days later, Millie posted a picture on her Instagram account of her cuddling a teddy bear with the caption: "Thanks for the bear <3."
Then in March, the couple shared a tweet of themselves jamming together for an acoustic rendition of Jacob's song, 'Nothin' With You,' and now, just four months later, it seems their whirlwind romance has come to an end.
Brown will have a busy few months ahead, however, with the third season of 'Stranger Things' coming up as well as 'Godzilla: King of Monsters' on par for releases sometime next year.