Peaky Blinders star 'splits' from very famous Hollywood boyfriend

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BBC Peaky Blinders star Annabelle Wallis 'splits' from Hollywood boyfriend Chris Pine. (PA/BBC)
BBC Peaky Blinders star Annabelle Wallis 'splits' from Hollywood boyfriend Chris Pine. (PA/BBC)

Peaky Blinders star Annabelle Wallis has split from her Hollywood boyfriend after three years of dating, according to reports.

Annabelle plays Grace on the hit BBC show and has been dating A-lister Chris Pine for the past three years.

Pine has starred in Hollywood hits including Star Trek, Wonder Woman and Outlaw.

Entertainment Tonight reports Wallis and Pine have now called time on their three years of dating.

A source said the pair "have broken up and haven't been together for a few months".

Pine is not the only famous star to have dated the Peaky Blinders actress.

Annabelle was in an on off relationship with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin and even performed vocals on the song “Up&Up”.

BBC Peaky Blinders will not end with season 6

Ahead of the new series, the 37-year-old was questioned on a possible return of her character.

Replying to rumours in November she said: "I have a few very loyal friends in that Peaky Blinders gang that if I said anything, I think I would be in a lot of trouble.

"There's a feature. They're working on a feature, and there's a lot of surprising things in the world of Peaky Blinders.”

She added: "As Cillian and I often say to each other, it's really been the gift that keeps on giving. It's become a world of its own. So, I'm excited about all of it."

As the TV series comes to an end, fans of the Birmingham gangsters will see the story continue in other forms.

Creator Steven Knight confirmed the show will finish in movie form.

He told Deadline last year: “Covid changed our plans. But I can say that my plan from the beginning was to end Peaky with a movie.

“That is what is going to happen.”

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