Jesy Nelson and Jake Roche have reportedly called off their wedding for good and have decided to go their separate ways.
Jesy Nelson and Jake Roche's relationship is over for good.
The Little Mix star has reportedly been throwing herself into her work after the couple decided to cancel their wedding and go their separate ways.
One source said: ''Their relationship became strained and they grew apart. They started rowing and it became too much.''
Whilst another insider added: ''It's over as far as Jesy's concerned and there's no going back. The wedding is off and her engagement ring won't be going back on. Jesy's so busy with her career and she's throwing herself into work.''
And Jesy and Jake's families are said to be ''terribly upset'' by the couple's split and aren't 100 per cent ruling out the chance of a reunion.
A insider shared: ''Both Jake and Jesy's families have been left reeling from the split and everyone is terribly upset by it. At the end of the day, they just want them both to be happy and if that mean's they're apart then so be it.''
A source told The Sun Online: ''They're both young and they could work it out in the future. They had a great time together and have a lot of happy memories. You can never say never.''
The news may come as a shock to fans as Jesy previously insisted the pair are ''very much in love''.
Asked if she is fed up of being asked when the couple plan to tie the knot, she said: ''Yes. It's funny, because when my fiancé proposed to me, he'd never done it like, 'We're getting married tomorrow.' He felt like when he called me his girlfriend, it wasn't enough. He felt like it really undermined our relationship, and he loved the fact that - I don't know, he loved the fact that he can say I'm his fiancé instead of just girlfriend, and I love that. I think it's really sweet.
''We're in no rush [to get married] We want to travel the world together. There's so much we want to do together, and at the moment, we're focused on our own careers that there just isn't time. We're literally in no rush. I think when we know, we'll know, and we'll do it, and [it will] probably be really intimate, hardly any people there. We're very much in love, and we'll do it when we feel the time is right.''
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