Shailene Woodley, actress of “Three Women,” reflects on her divorce from Aaron Rodgers: “I was going through the darkest, hardest phase.”
Shailene Woodley has spoken about the heartbreak of breaking up with Aaron Rodgers.
The actress opened out about her “darkest moment” after the split from her NFL star fiancé in February 2022. When her engagement ended, she was filming an episode of the drama series Three Women.
Shailene told Porter during filming, “I was going through the darkest, roughest era of my life.” The interview was released on January 23. For eight months, “it was winter in New York, and my personal life was s—-ty, so it seemed like a giant agony bubble.” In his writing, the author found solace, saying, “At least I had room to grieve and work out my thoughts in a fictional persona.”
Nicole Kidman, now 31 and well-known for her role in Big Little Lies, has spoken openly about how her relationship with social media changed once she began dating and later became engaged to actor Aaron Kidman (then 39 years old).
Truthfully, she admitted, “never really hit me” that “millions of people worldwide were seeing these things and paying attention to them” on Instagram. “Then I started dating a well-known actor from the United States. To my knowledge, this was the first time in my life that a famous couple had been the subject of so much media attention, criticism, and intrigue.”
She told me, “To rephrase, it was distressing in a way that had previously been humorous. Due to my reserved personality, I have difficulty opening up to people I don’t know very well for fear of being judged harshly.”
Despite keeping their split quiet, the Green Bay Packers quarterback posted a thank-you note to the actress on Instagram in February 2022, saying that she had taught him what “unconditional love looks like.”
And in the next Chapter of her life, what will transpire? Shailene hopes to love herself as unconditionally as she has been loved.
She told the media she was happy to be an adult finally. What other people think of me, my life, or my decisions is no longer an issue.