After three years together, Hollywood’s most private couple, Florence Pugh and Zach Braff, have decided to end their relationship. In an interview with Harper’s Bazaar, the actress said she and the Scrubs actor called it quits earlier this year.
In 2019, they went public with their relationship. During their relationship, however, Pugh, who was 26, and Braff, who was 47, received a lot of flak for being 21 years apart. However, they have always defended their relationship. Their working relationship began with Braff’s short “In the Time It Takes to Get There,” in which Pugh plays a powerful 18th century person. Shortly after its release, the two were seen holding hands in New York. This formalized their relationship on Instagram.
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff might have broken up. The actress was spotted vacationing with Will Poulter at the beach.
“I’m fully aware of their size,” Florence Pugh says of trolls who called her dress “vulgar” because it was see-through.
Pugh updated his interview with Harper Bazaar on Instagram. She wrote, “But very openly sharing honesty with Andrea and having my words and opinion woven into such a powerful piece with no twists and turns is honestly such a wonderful and proud feeling.”
In an interview, the actress who played Lady Macbeth said: “We tried to break up without the world knowing, because it was a relationship that everyone had an opinion on.” Pugh added: “We just thought if we did something like this it would be better for us than if millions of people were telling us they were happy we weren’t together. So that’s what we have. I always get a lump in my throat when I talk about it.
Before going their separate ways, the two worked together on a project called “A Good Person”. It’s the story of a young woman who must rebuild her life after something bad happens out of the blue. It should be out next year. The screenplay was reportedly written by Braff with Pugh in mind. The actress said of the experience, “The movie we made together was probably one of my favorite things I’ve ever done,” Pugh says. “It felt very natural and simple to do.” It also helped her determine what she wanted to do professionally in the future. She said: “I feel like I’m getting into a rhythm in my career where I know what I can take, what I can give and what I won’t take anymore.”
After the actress opened up about what it was like to open up about herself in a recent interview, she received plenty of praise on Instagram. “Proud of you every second of every day, Florence,” one user said. “I don’t think my heart can take this anymore,” another user wrote. “You are amazing. Nice to see someone so real in such a weird company,” another user wrote.
“You are beautiful inside and out, Florence,” one user said. I am happy to be one of your fans. You are honest, sincere and kind. And you should live your life the way you want to and not worry about what other people want or expect from you. It’s your heart and your life. You should have the best.
Another user raved about Pugh and said, “That was one of the best interviews I’ve ever read. The things you said and underlined are really right and put people in their place. Straighten, clarify and justify the words. “I know what I can give and what I can’t take,” this line says. This one is really good and has a lot of depth. “Impressive!”