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EastEnders star and Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis ‘splits from boyfriend’ after seven years

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After seven years of dating, Strictly Come Dancing champion Rose Ayling-Ellis and Samuel Arnold are apparently no longer together.

After spending a lot of time apart while Rose was on tour, it’s been reported that the two have peacefully split up.

The romance between Rose and Sam is unquestionably finished, a source told The Sun.

It’s quite friendly, and they’ll continue to be good friends, but regrettably, they cannot continue their romantic relationship.

They were apart for a significant amount of time while Rose was on tour, which had an effect.

Sam allegedly found a “shoulder to weep on” in CBeebies host and the two’s common acquaintance Aimee Campbell-Nottage.

Sam has a mostly private life because he is deaf, however Rose has occasionally posted pictures of him on social media.

It’s believed that Rose, 27, is currently putting all of her effort into her career. She appears to be completely booked and busy as a result of winning the glitterball trophy and winning hearts on Strictly in 2021.

Even though she has disputed the rumors, it has been suggested that she may join Ncuti Gatwa as the Doctor’s companion in the upcoming season of Doctor Who. She recently left EastEnders after a remarkable stint as Frankie Lewis.

Sam has a mostly private life because he is deaf, however Rose has occasionally posted pictures of him on social media.

It’s believed that Rose, 27, is currently putting all of her effort into her career. She appears to be completely booked and busy as a result of winning the glitterball trophy and winning hearts on Strictly in 2021.

Even though she has disputed the rumors, it has been suggested that she may join Ncuti Gatwa as the Doctor’s companion in the upcoming season of Doctor Who. She recently left EastEnders after a remarkable stint as Frankie Lewis.

“It’s really vital for children to be able to see themselves represented in the toys they play with,” said Rose, who has been deaf since birth.

Since I used to add hearing aids to my Barbie dolls to make them resemble me as a child, I’m overjoyed that Mattel is introducing new dolls that teach children to value and appreciate their diversity.

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