Still smiling. Tayshia Adams didn’t let on to going through bother in her relationship with Zac Clark forward of their stunning cut up.
The 31-year-old former Bachelorette attended the New York City premiere of House of Gucci on November 16 and “avoided doing interviews,” solely posing for photos on the pink carpet, a supply solely tells Us Weekly.
“There was no indication of her having issues with her relationship, other than her not wearing her ring,” the insider provides of the California native, who was “in good spirits” and attended the occasion simply “for fun.”
Adams “was nice to anyone who approached her,” however was “walking quickly” throughout the carpet, the supply notes.
Nearly one week after the occasion, Us confirmed that Adams and Clark, 37, had known as it quits after getting engaged on season 16 of The Bachelorette, with a rep noting on Monday, November 22, that the truth stars “are no longer a couple.”
News of the breakup got here shortly after the duo participated within the New York City Marathon on November 7. The habit specialist raved over Adams’ power in a loving Instagram tribute the next day.
“I will be forever grateful to have had a front row seat to her performance yesterday, as will the thousands of others who cheered her along the way,” he gushed. “The world is a better place today than it was yesterday because of you.”
While followers had been caught off guard by the cut up, a second supply advised Us there had been “noticeable tension” in Clark and Adams’ relationship. However, the insider famous that the choice to finish their romance “happened very recently.”
The pair made the transfer to the Big Apple following the December 2020 finale of the ABC relationship sequence, however the “Click Bait” podcast cohost advised Us earlier this year that there was no rush to get down the aisle.
“Zac and I are just having a really fun time exploring New York City. We’re doing really, really well. We’re happily engaged, but right now, we’re just really — we’re dating!” Adams defined in July. “So now we’re really able to have fun. I’m really enjoying life.”
The season 23 Bachelor alum famous on the time that the coronavirus pandemic had compelled the duo to place wedding ceremony planning on the again burner. One month prior, she opened up concerning the pressures of constructing a Bachelor Nation relationship work outdoors of the present — and the extraordinary scrutiny that comes with it.
“It’s so funny because people do have lives outside of social media. … You have to realize that it’s a real relationship behind the scenes,” she advised Us in June after eagle-eyed followers observed that Clark’s mother unfollowed the previous phlebotomist on Instagram. “I suggested to Katie [Thurston], like, if you have to separate yourself a little bit do so because you want to do what’s best for you in the relationship. … That’s your relationship, so you just have to put a little bit of boundaries, nothing bad, just [some] boundaries.”
The New Jersey native, for his half, beforehand mirrored on going through some “ups and downs” along with his then-fiancée as soon as filming had ended.
“Naturally, it’s for all the reasons that people say it shouldn’t work. Because it’s so quick and all that stuff. And I hear that. There’s also a lot of reasons why, for me, it does work,” he advised Us in April. “‘Cause you put the cell phone down, there’s no distractions, your conversations are very, like, pointed and structured [on the show]. … I know that at the end of the day, there’s our relationship, me and her, and then there’s everything else kind of around it. And if this isn’t solid, which it is, then this stuff can kind of work itself into it. But it is solid.”
With reporting by Diana Cooper
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