Did the stars Thomas Doherty and Dove Cameron break up after 4 Years Together? As it seems, the four years of their romantic relationship has come to an end.
Disney darling Dove Cameron has broken up with star Thomas Doherty. The singer, 24, announced the two of them had gone their separate ways in October 2020, which is four years after they met on the set of their 2017 film Descendants 2.
It didn’t take long for a romantic bond to blossom. The star and singer officially announced their relationship back in February 2017, and the pair went on to share many red carpet appearances and impressions of their romance on social media. The reason for their split has not been revealed.
Eagle-eyed followers had noticed that Thomas didn’t appear in Dove’s IG snaps anymore, and she finally stated what many had assumed in a December 11 tweet.
It said, “Hi all. In October, @thomasadoherty and I chose to part ways,” she began. “The choice was tough; however, we still have a love for each other and will continue to be friends. Thank you for allowing us our privacy at this time.”
Cameron also offered some extra context on her Instagram Story. “we know there have been some rumors and confusion recently regarding the state of our relationship, and we wanted to set the record straight.”
The We Belong singer was last seen with Thomas, 25, in August. He has since been detected in New York City filming the Gossip Girl reboot.
Did Thomas Doherty and Dove Cameron Break Up Due to Voting?
Meanwhile, Liv and Maddie star has been talking on social media about important matters, including voting. “Did you know what we, Gen Z’s and Millennials, represent 40% of voters in our country?” she said back in June.
“Over the last few weeks, and over the progression of the last four years, we have joined to fight for the future generations we should have never have had to struggle for. For our world, we should already be living in. And for the human rights that every human is born worthy.”
The former Disney Channel star added, “Between the war on women’s bodies, the climate mess, and the violent sys, racism that affects our nation — the time to use our voice is now, as in right now.”
“We have the potential to create an America that’s by the people for the people. Not for a big market, not for morally unreliable officials, but for the people. We need to plan, we need to prepare, and we need to show up. 2020 is not the end of this old world, but the beginning of a new one.”