TOWIE stars Shelby Tribble and Sam Mucklow have reportedly split after four years together, leaving fans in shock.
The pair, who first met on the ITVBe reality show in 2018, are said to be planning to co-parent their son Abel.
They confirmed their relationship in May 2019 and announced they were expecting a baby in May 2020. Shelby gave birth to Abel in November 2020 after a tough three days in hospital. Although they hinted at an engagement, it seems they never took the plunge into marriage.
Neither Shelby nor Sam have officially confirmed their break-up, but reports suggest they've ended their romance. "They're still co-parenting their child together and want to keep things normal for Abel but the romantic relationship is over," a source told the Sun, adding that Shelby's being supported by family and friends."
OK! has contacted Sam Mucklow and Shelby Tribble's representatives for comment.
Sam has been missing from Shelby's social media for the past year, with his last appearance on her Instagram Grid dating back to late 2022. Shelby, a 30 year old model, has also hinted at the split on TikTok, sharing a video with audio that said, "This is a song I wrote about men… It is called ew…" She captioned the clip, "Am I speaking for the majority of us at this point?", suggesting she's no longer smitten with her ex.
Shelby decided to leave the show before having her baby to focus on family life. She followed in Sam's footsteps, who also left the reality series to prioritise his relationship.
In an Instagram post, the property manager shared: "Me and @shelbytribble have never been happier and we are continuing our little fairytale away from the pressure and anxiety from the show. I really feel I have made the right decision to focus on the things that are truly important to me!"
Just weeks before welcoming their baby, Sam and Shelby moved into a beautiful Essex mansion together. They've since been making it their own, but it's not known if they'll sell the house after their split.
On Friday, Shelby posted a video of herself shopping for Halloween decorations to give their home a spooky makeover. It seems moving isn't on the cards just yet.
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