Shailene Woodley


Shailene Woodley not taking Aaron Rodgers breakup well?

Aaron Rodgers and Shailene Woodley appear to have called off their engagement for good, and one may be handling the breakup better than the other. Rodgers and Woodley broke off their engagement during the NFL season last year, but a report claimed they were trying to work through their issues as of two months ago. A source told Us Weekly on May 3 that friends have now been told the relationship is “over for good.”

Shailene Woodley Is ‘More Upset’ Over Aaron Rodgers Split: Details

No turning back. Shailene Woodley and Aaron Rodgers appear to be handling their split differently after officially calling it quits earlier this spring. "Shailene and Aaron are no longer together,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly, noting that the exes have been “on and off” since their initial February breakup. Now, however, “friends have been […]

Shailene Woodley Cryptically Hints At Well-Being After Aaron Rodgers Break Up

Shailene Woodley has been solely focused on her well-being. Following the actress' recent split with fiancé of over-one-year Aaron Rodgers, she took to her Instagram Story on Monday, May 2, to share a telling message about the difficulties of trying to balance all of the ups and downs life throws at you. "Working your job while working on your mental health while working on your relationships while working on your physical health while working on your family while working on sleep habits while working on self-care while working on exercise while working on personal goals while working," the message shared...

Shailene Woodley Says Grief Is the 'Natural Way Love Honors What It Misses' After Aaron Rodgers Split

Shailene Woodley is reflecting on her feelings after splitting with Aaron Rodgers the second time around. The Big Little Lies actress, 30, posted a quote about loss by author Martín Prechtel to her Instagram Story on Thursday, which read, " 'Grief expressed out loud for someone we have lost, or a country or home we have lost, is in itself the greatest praise we could ever give them,' says writer Martín Prechtel. 'Grief is praise, because it is the natural way love honors what it misses.' "