June 22, 2022 | 8:44pm
Kendall Jenner and Devin Booker have broken up after two years together, according to multiple reports.
The “Kardashians” star felt like she and the NBA star were on “different paths,” an insider told Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday.
The source added that the pair “have had discussions about their future but they are not on the same page.”
Another source confirmed the split to E! News, who reported they’ve been broken up for about a week and a half.
The source told E! that the pair had a “really nice time” together at Kourtney Kardashian’s wedding, but “once they got back, they started to feel like they weren’t aligned and realized they have very different lifestyles.”
Both outlets insist the couple could give their romance another shot.Insiders claim the couple are not on the same page about their relationship.GC Images
“They have been in touch since and do care about one another,” E!’s source added.
Reps did not immediately return our request for comment.
As of Wednesday afternoon, they still follow each other on social media.
Jenner, 26, and Booker, 25, began dating in 2020, but their relationship was kept under wraps for a while.
However, they finally went public on Valentine’s Day 2021 when Jenner posted a photo of her and Booker cuddling on Instagram.Jenner and Booker dated for two years.Instagram/ Kendall Jenner
In June 2021, the couple marked their one-year anniversary with social media posts, including a cozy snap of Jenner wrapping her arms around Booker.
Aside from a few Instagram shoutouts and romantic vacation sightings, the couple rarely spoke on their romance.Reports claim the couple may give their romance another shot.Getty Images
However, Booker gave a bit of insight into his personal life earlier this year.
“Honestly, I’m enjoying life to the fullest, and that came off my tongue so easily because it wasn’t always this way, but I feel like I’m in a good place right now,” he told WSJ. Magazine’s “My Monday Morning” series in March.
Jenner has dated other NBA players over the years, including Utah Jazz point guard Jordan Clarkson and Brooklyn Nets power forward Blake Griffin. She split from Philadelphia 76ers point guard Ben Simmons in 2019.