Peaky Blinders' Annabelle Wallis 'splits from A-list boyfriend Chris Pine' in secret after three years of dating

PEAKY Blinders star Annabelle Wallis has split from her A-list boyfriend Chris Pine, according to reports.

The couple, who were first linked back in 2018, secretly called time on their romance “months” ago after managing to keep their relationship largely out of the spotlight.

A source has told Entertainment Tonight the pair "have broken up and haven't been together for a few months."

Chris, 41, and Annabelle, 37,  – who dated Coldplay frontman Chris Martin between 2014 and 2016 – were spotted linking arms in London when Chris was filming Wonder Woman 1984 in the summer of 2018.

However, they never publicly confirmed their romance on social media or made their relationship red carpet official.

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Annabelle is best known for her role as  Grace Burgess in the hit BBC period drama gangster show Peaky Blinders.

Her character was the lover of lead star Cillian Murphy’s Thomas Shelby – with the couple welcoming a son named Charles and marrying in series three.

However she was shot and killed at the end of the series.

Earlier this year Chris was spotted looking unrecognisable as he stepped out for coffee in LA – after growing his hair and a bushy beard.

Chris appeared in a number of romantic comedies before landing the role of Captain Kirk in Star Trek.

Chris has allegedly dated A-listers from Zoe Kravitz to Olivia Munn.

The Hills: New Beginnings star Audrina Patridge recently revealed she had dated him in 2009 but split because he wasn’t interested in her “clubbing” scene.

Love Island star Samira Mighty also claims she had a brief fling with the actor back in 2013.

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