Rami Malek and Lucy Boynton’s five-year relationship has come to an end, putting an end to months of speculation about their status as a couple. The news of their split surfaced after the couple had not been seen together since the Bafta Awards in London back in February, sparking rumors of trouble in paradise.
According to The Sun, a source revealed that the 42-year-old actor and 29-year-old actress decided to go their separate ways earlier this year. The insider attributed the split to them “growing apart” after being together for a long time. As both Malek and Boynton have been busy with their respective careers, it appears that their demanding schedules may have played a role in the demise of their relationship.
Rami Malek’s recent sighting, hand in hand with a mystery blonde as he headed to a Bruce Springsteen concert in Hyde Park, added fuel to the rumors of their separation. The actor has reportedly been enjoying his summer, spending time with close friends and soaking up the vibrant atmosphere of London. Notably, he was seen in the company of The Crown star Emma Corrin at a Bruce Springsteen concert, further fanning the flames of speculation.
On the other hand, Lucy Boynton has been seen attending events solo, including her recent appearance at Wimbledon. As they navigated their individual paths, it became evident that they had drifted apart, leading to their decision to part ways.
The couple met on the set of the Queen biopic “Bohemian Rhapsody,” where Malek portrayed the iconic Freddie Mercury, and Boynton played his girlfriend, Mary Austin. Their on-screen chemistry translated into a real-life romance, capturing the hearts of fans worldwide.
Malek’s Oscar win for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury provided an opportunity for him to publicly declare his love for Boynton. During his acceptance speech, he gushed about her, stating, “Lucy Boynton, you are the heart of this film, you are beyond immensely talented, you have captured my heart.”
Despite their previous displays of affection, the pair’s relationship eventually faced challenges that led to their split.