It’s official – George Clooney’s 2-year romance with Stacy Keibler is over for good. An insider tells People magazine that it was Keibler who ended the relationship because of their opposing views on having children.
“Stacy called it quits. She wants to have children and a family someday. She knows where George stands on that. They talked and they quietly stopped being a couple several weeks ago,” the source says.
The insider describes the split as “friendly.” “They talk every day. They were friends before they started dating and they’ll be friends after. It was a friendly [breakup],” adds the source.
Neither Clooney, 52, nor Keibler, 33, has commented on the split.
Two months ago, Clooney slammed rumors linking him to his ex-girlfriend Monika Jakisic. Witnesses reported seeing him holding hands and being affectionate with the Croatian model at a members only club in Mayfair, London. “The story is made up. I wasn’t holding anybody’s hand. Stop trying to sell magazines by creating scandal that isn’t there,” the actor said in a statement at the time.
Clooney’s upcoming films include Gravity, The Monuments Men and Tomorrowland.
George Clooney is reportedly back on the market! The actor, who has famously declared he will never remarry or have children, is said to have split from his girlfriend Stacy Keibler because she is ready for marriage and babies.
“They knew it was never going to end in marriage or babies and Stacy does want kids and a husband in the next few years,” an insider tells The Sun.
The Sun reports Clooney, 51, was kind enough to “soften the breakup blow” with an apartment and jewelry for the 33-year-old former wrestler. The couple began dating in July 2011 shortly after Clooney’s split from Italian actress Elisabetta Canalis.
Neither Clooney nor Keibler has commented. Clooney is currently in Germany filming The Monument’s Men.
In 2008, Clooney explained why he doesn’t want marriage or children. “I don’t expect to ever get married again or have children,” he told Britain’s People. “I am never at home and every woman gets sick of it. … If I was them, I would never put up with me for long — and they don’t.”
“I do begin to wonder, ‘Am I going to be relegated to these three-year relationships for the rest of my life?’ My trouble is that I keep on taking jobs, and jobs take me further away from home,” he added. “What I really have is work. I like being on a film set, freezing my ass off, or whatever.”