Perrie Edwards has deleted the only picture of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from her Instagram account, sparking speculation they have split.
Perrie Edwards has deleted the only picture of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from her Instagram account.
The Little Mix singer only recently started dating the English soccer star but after they were pictured arguing last weekend she deleted the image, which showed Alex with Perrie's pet Pomeranian and his own dog.
The move has led to speculation that Perrie and Alex, both 23, have called time on their relationship already.
Alex was Perrie's first serious love interest since her split from former One Direction star Zayn Malik in 2015 and she was reportedly helping him to become a DJ.
A source said: ''Ox has a big passion for music and DJing has become one of his hobbies.
''He has decks and often picks tunes for the Arsenal dressing room.
''Perrie is encouraging it as their love of music is one of the main things they have in common.
''She has loads of friends in the industry who can help him out, including producers and other DJs, so she's told him she'll put him in touch.
''He's not planning to be the next Calvin Harris, his priority is football, but he does love DJing and wants to see where it can go.''
However, Perrie may not be mourning the relationship for long as she recently admitted she would love to marry Hollywood superstar Jake Gyllenhaal because she thinks he's ''just wonderful''.
The 'Shout Out To My Ex' hitmaker said: ''If I had to marry a celebrity I'd never met, it'd definitely be Jake Gyllenhaal. He's just wonderful.''
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