Shawn Mendes Dating Camila Cabello Again? CONFIRMED, Why they Broke Up

By GeeksULTD

It’s official — after dating for more than two years, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello called it quits in November 2021 when they each issued a statement on their Instagram stories. For Shamila shippers, the news seemingly came out of left field as the pair seemed happier than ever and even dressed in a matching couples cos tume for Halloween. So, you may be wondering why Shawn and Camila broke up to begin with. Ahead, find everything we know so far about the couple’s decision to break it off. Working through it. After calling it quits in the fall of 2021, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello have gradually revealed their breakup. After they bot h served as opening acts for Austin Mahone’s tour in 2014, the “Stitches” singer and the former Fifth Harmony member first became friends. They worked together on the song “I Know What You Did Last Summer” in 2017, and when they dropped their duet “Seorita” in 2019, it led to romance rumors. Following his breakup with Cam ila Cabello, Shawn Mendes is figuring out how to rely on a bigger network of people. According to sources, Shawn and Camila’s split was allegedly due to their hectic work schedules. The couple reportedly grew close during the COVID-19 shutdown, once they resumed their normal work routine, their relationship became “differe nt.” A source told People, “They had this intense relationship last year and spent months together during the lockdown in Miami. They both seemed very happy and looked like they enjoyed having a break from working.” The source added, “Things are different now, though. It’s more back to normal life. They have careers that a re taking them in different directions. They went from spending every day together to now not really spending any time together.” Shawn and Camila started out as friends in 2015 when they were both on tour together and wrote their first duet, “I Know What You Did Last Summer.” Since then, they have both written music abou t each other on their respective albums and evolved from best friends to romantic partners. After being photographed holding hands in the water in Miami’s ocean in July 2019, the couple appeared to reveal that they were more than just buddies. Later that month, a source revealed to Us Weekly in an exclusive interview tha t despite parting ways, the musicians “still have a ton of love and respect for one other.” The pair stayed together until the coronavirus epidemic more than a year later, and at that time they also adopted a puppy. The following year, though, things between the two cooled off. In a joint statement released in November 20 21, the lifelong friends announced their separation and stated that their “love for one another as humans is stronger than ever.” In November 2020, Camila penned a heartfelt caption about her relationship with Shawn on Instagram. “I’ve learned a lot about love with this guy,” the “Don’t Go Yet” singer wrote. “It’s not jus t the happy blissful moments you see in pictures and videos. When you’re in a relationship with someone, it feels like they are this mirror reflecting yourself back to you.” “I constantly have to confront my fears, my anxieties, my insecurities, my patterns of thinking, my beliefs about life and about myself,” she continu ed. “It’s not as simple as it looks in pictures sometimes. Sometimes, it’s messy and uncomfortable and ugly lol. But there’s nothing like the pull, the FORCE that is love, to be the light in the darkness—to be the gravitational pull that gives you the relentless strength to be braver, wiser, and better than you were yester day” When the couple was “being questioned on how serious they were and whether or not they were going to get engaged,” the insider claimed that the focus “got unbearable” for the couple. In the months that followed, both the “Summer of Love” singer and the former X Factor competitor released songs that seemed to address