Camila Cabello felt 'kind of lonely' while adjusting to life after breakup

Camila Cabello has felt "kind of lonely" as she gets used to life after her breakup.

The 'Havana' hitmaker - who split from ex Shawn Mendes in 2021 before briefly rekindling their romance last spring - is pouring her emotions into her new music as finds herself "wrestling" with her feelings.

While stopping short of confirming whether or not the new songs are about her relationship with Shawn, she told Puss Puss magazine: "It’s me sitting with this feeling of understanding that I feel really confused as a 26-year-old who I really felt I was in love with this person.

"Now I feel kind of lonely and small and weird, but at the same time, I’m an adult and I feel so strong in other areas of my life, but not this one.

"There’s just the wrestling of those feelings without it being kind of neat or in a box. You can’t really say that it’s a sad song, you can’t really pin it down.

"It’s just kind of me wrestling with these feelings and me kind of being really present on a particular feeling and exploring it. I feel like a lot of songs on the album are that.”

Camila and Shawn initially struck up a relationship in 2019 but called it quits in 2021 and even though they were thought to have got back together after being spotted at Coachella in April and at Taylor Swift's 'Eras' concert towards the end of May 2023, an insider claimed even though they "gave things a try", they are just busy doing their own things for now.

The source told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Shawn and Camila broke up and are no longer seeing each other. They gave things a try, but ultimately the timing isn't right for either of them. They're both staying busy and doing their own things"

Another source previously told the outlet that the two singers have "always had a lot of love for each other".

The insider said: "Camila and Shawn were talking and spending time together for months before Coachella.

"They always had a lot of love for each other, even while they were broken up. They still care about each other."