Less than two weeks after confirming her split from Shawn Mendes, Cuban-American singer and songwriter Camila Cabello has chosen to focus on all the positive aspects of her life while celebrating Thanksgiving. On her Instagram account, Camila wrote: “I have a lot to be grateful for, but I’m especially grateful to have the whole team trying to hang me while I meditate. Happy gratitude day everyone! I am very grateful for all of you here who send love to me, listen to my music and support me on this creative / life journey! Even though I haven’t met many of you, you show me love, kindness and support and send to all of you right away! “
She added, “After all, we are all alive at the same time in this crazy, confusing magical world and I believe we are all interconnected and never really alone. Grateful for my human family and friends and my plant and family. animals and friends. I send you so much love and gratitude today. “In her post, Camila seemed to be enjoying a day relaxing at home by the pool as three dogs wagged their tails at each other. proximity.
On November 17, Camila and Shawn surprised fans by announcing their separation after more than two years of relationship. “Hey guys, we’ve decided to end our romantic relationship, but our love for each other as humans is stronger than ever,” the couple wrote in a joint statement, adding: ” We started our relationship as best friends and will continue to be best friends. ” The statement concluded: “We appreciate your support so much from the start and into the future.”
And before they think it was a messy breakup, those close to the couple insist there is no drama. In fact, Shawn and Camila continue to support each other in various ways. “It wasn’t a bad breakup at all. The relationship was getting stale and complacent and they decided they had better be friends,” a source told E! New.
Relationships aside, both sides have a full plate in 2022. Shawn prepares to kick off her Wonder world tour while Camila prepares to release her third solo studio album, Familia. (ANI)
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