Carrie Ann Inaba has reportedly split from her fiance, Robb Derringer, just eight months after they got engaged.
Carrie Ann Inaba has split from her fiance.
The 'Dancing With the Stars' judge is said to have ''quietly ended'' her engagement to Robb Derringer, eight months after he popped the question, People reports.
Speculation things weren't right in their relationship began on 7 September when the 49-year-old star posted a cryptic Instagram quote along with prayer hands and broken heart emojis.
The post read: ''Just when I think I've learned the way to live, life changes.''
And over the weekend, Carrie Ann hosted an event for figure skater and former 'DWTS' contestant Kristi Yamaguchi in Hawaii, and not only did she have her mother by her side instead of the 50-year-old actor, she wasn't wearing her engagement ring.
Robb previously admitted he thought their relationship would be ''significant and life-changing'' after their first date last year.
Speaking after they got engaged, he said: ''I knew after our first romantic date, that if she felt for me what I felt for her, then it was something that was going to be significant and life changing and lasting.
''There was just a powerful and palpable sense of destiny that I could not deny.''
And his then-fiancee had felt just as strong a connection.
She said: ''As a young girl, I had always dreamed about going on a date like the first date I shared with Robb.
''Somehow, he instinctively knew what that was and went to great lengths to surprise me with the most romantic night ever. I could see then how pure of heart he was and how generous and caring his soul was.
''Everything about the evening felt so 'right'. There was an ease and an authentic familiarity.
''We talked about everything under the stars ... even marriage. There was a strong sense of destiny that night, and I think I knew then, deep in my heart, that he and I were going to be together forever.''
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