Corrie star Michelle Keegan calls time on relationship with The Wanted singer Max George
23:29 GMT, 20 July 2012
They haven't been pictured together in months and he was seen locking lips with a pretty blonde on a night out recently.
So it may not come as a huge surprise for fans to learn that Michelle Keegan has broken up with Max George.
The Coronation Street star, 25, is said to have called time on their relationship in the wake of Max lip locking with a mystery girl.
All over: Michelle Keegan has broken up with beau Max George after he was picture kissing another girl
A spokesperson for the actress told the MailOnline: 'They are no longer together.'
Max and Michelle began dating in late 2010 before the singer proposed on her birthday in June 2011.
But Max has spent most of this year in America following his band's huge success stateside, while Michelle has been tied to Manchester with her job on Coronation Street.
In happier times: The pair, who got together in late 2010, became engaged in June 2011
And in April 2011 the couple revealed they had called their engagement off despite still being together.
In June Max was seen leaving Mahiki with a pretty brunette and the pair have failed to be seen together in recent weeks.
Earlier this week Max was seen
kissing a pretty blonde during a night out, which further fuelled
speculation he had split from Michelle.
In a snap from the night the Wanted
star can clearly be seen locking lips with the female as she drapes her
arm around his neck and poses for a photograph.
Feeling the strain: Michelle looked subdued as she left the set of Coronation Street on Wednesday
Neither Max nor Michelle have tweeted about the incident but a spokesperson for the singer claimed he was simply being mauled by an overenthusiastic fan.
Speaking about the incident Michelle told The Sun: 'I don’t mind. When you go out with someone in one of the biggest boybands in Britain you have to expect this sort of thing.'
'It happens all the time, even when I’m with him. Women just rush up and kiss him. I’m relaxed about it. Blokes do it to me too. It comes with the job.'