'We deserve something stable or steady.' Cute: On Wednesday the star posted on Instagram that revealed she didn't have a boyfriend.
There were three boxes, one which read 'single,' another which read 'taken' and yet another that read 'Looking for a zombie apocalypse survival partner.' The last one was checked off Solo: The 28-year-old reality star explained she was tired of the inconsistency.
'We've broken up and gotten back together so many times, it was like, "Goda****, we can't do this pattern anymore,' she said; here she is seen in March On Wednesday the star posted on Instagram that revealed she didn't have a boyfriend. If I'm having this pattern with him now, and it's been like this for a long time, like a long, long time, what do you think it's going to be like 10 years from now when shit's not as exciting anymore?
There were three boxes, one which read 'single,' another which read 'taken' and yet another that read 'Looking for a zombie apocalypse survival partner.' The last one was checked off. You don't try to fit into my life enough, and we keep fighting, and I can't handle breaking up all the time. Nobody would be settling by being with him.'Both our parents have been married, like, 409 times.
He’s Supportive of Her Career The blonde bombshell recently scored her own hosting gig—a podcast on Play.
It called , and her beau couldn’t be more excited for her.
, in which the host usually gives advice to listeners, Stassi was joined by her 21-year-old sister Georgi to talk about her decision to finally call it quits with Patrick after they had been on-and-off so many times throughout their relationship. "And so I have to do something to make this official." So Stassi decided to first break the news on Twitter earlier this month in a tweet that has since been deleted.
"Because we've broken up and gotten back together so many times, it was like, Godammit, we can't do this pattern anymore, this routine of breaking up and getting back together every month. "I feel like I tweeted it because I deserve and he deserves so much better than this relationship where no one ever knows if we're together or apart," she said.
Unlike Stassi, Patrick’s social media gives a very sparse view into his personal life.
Patrick Trueman is a fictional character from the BBC soap opera East Enders, played by Rudolph Walker. His storylines include being the possible father of local resident Denise Fox (Diane Parish), his marriage to Yolande Duke (Angela Wynter), an affair with Pat Butcher (Pam St.
Clement), coping with the death of his adoptive son Paul Trueman (Gary Beadle), being assaulted by an unknown assailant in his own shop, coping when Ben Mitchell (Joshua Pascoe) and his father Phil Mitchell (Steve Mc Fadden) begin a vendetta against him, a relationship with Cora Cross (Ann Mitchell), being injured after falling from a ladder, discovering that Denise's fiancé Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) had sex with prostitute Rainie Cross (Tanya Franks), suffering a stroke, a relationship with Claudette Hubbard (Ellen Thomas) and becoming embroiled in Claudette's feud with her son Vincent Hubbard (Richard Blackwood).
His Twitter account, @The Wrap, consists almost exclusively of sports-related posts; and, while mentions of Stassi are noticeably absent, Patrick did tweet a photo of her dog in December…along with what seems to be an unrelated caption: fans will get to watch the rekindling play out on screen – T. Aside from the occasional social media photo, the couple seems to prefer to keep the details of their romance private, including their current living situation.
It’s unclear if Patrick and Stassi have since resumed cohabiting after deciding to live separately during one of their “off again” moments; however, it’s safe to assume Stassi didn’t continue shacking up with Kristen Doute any longer than she had to.