Gerard Pique and Shakira are reportedly on the brink of going their separate ways after the Barcelona defender was allegedly caught in bed with another woman.
It is reported that the couple have been living separately for a few weeks after Pique was kicked out of the family home by the Colombian pop sensation.
And according to Spanish outlet El Periodico, Pique is now staying in a bachelor pad and has been living a “party lifestyle” since the split.
Further reports claim Pique has been frequenting nightclubs with team-mate Riqui Puig and his group of friends, often returning home as late as two or three in the morning.
While neither party has addressed these claims, El Periodico journalist Emilio Pérez de Rozas says he’s confident that the couple will split.
“(Shakira) has made the decision to separate. That is so. It has happened. That is why there is distance. Perhaps there is nothing left, but that (infidelity) has passed,” he said during a live video stream of the podcast Mamarazzis earlier this week.
Shakira hinted at disharmony between the pair in her latest hit ‘Te Felicito’ with Rauw Alejandro, with the 45-year-old singing: “To complete you I broke into pieces; I was warned, but I didn’t listen; I realised that yours is false; it was the drop that overflowed the glass; Don’t tell me you’re sorry, that sounds sincere, but I know you well and I know you’re lying.”
The couple have been together since 2011 – having met on the set of the singer-songwriter’s music video for her single ‘Waka Waka’ ahead of the 2010 World Cup – and they have two children together, though they’ve never officially tied the knot.
Speaking to former Manchester United teammate Gary Neville’s recent episode of The Overlap, Pique revealed that he is yet to propose because his relationship with Shakira works fine as it is.
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