No Matt-er Friends star Matt LeBlanc splits from Irish girlfriend Aurora Mulligan
A source said that they had “struck a clean break, but it’s still very raw”
Friends star Matt LeBlanc has reportedly split from his Irish girlfriend Aurora Mulligan.
The actor (54), who starred as Joey Tribbiani in the hit sitcom, first met the Fermanagh woman (36) on the set of Top Gear, where she had been working as a producer.
According to The Sun, the pair have reportedly called it quits in recent weeks.
A source said that they had “struck a clean break, but it’s still very raw.”
The insider claimed: “"Matt and Aurora’s relationship has run its course. It’s all over. It’s a huge shame and Matt has taken the news particularly hard, as anyone would.
“He and Aurora fell for each on Top Gear and although there was a pretty big age gap they were a really great match.
“But when he announced he was leaving Top Gear and took on other work, it was hard for them. He’s mainly based out of LA and was travelling a lot while Aurora was working in the UK.”
The couple were first linked after Matt became Top Gear’s first non-UK host back in 2016.
They were then spotted at the Hickstead Derby in West Sussex in June of that year and onlookers said that the pair were “besotted” with each other.
In 2017, they made their red carpet debut at a New York film festival and attended the UK launch of Top Gear’s 25th series as a couple the following year.
Both Matt and Aurora have yet to comment on their reported split.
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