In fact, she appears to be pretty zen about the whole situation.
"I'm a girl's girl," Ora told the UK's Evening Standard. "I'm not going to have that first instinct of jealousy vibe."
"It was a period of my life that I will value forever. But some things are just not meant to be," she said. "I don't want to make this just about him. Musically, it was an amazing experiment and let's just leave it at that."
She added, "I would rather it had been private. But I'm not private and nor is my job."
In an interview with Marie Claire
earlier this year, Ora opened up about the cause of her breakup with Harris.
"There was a reason why I split up with him. And there was a reason why I'm at this point in my life where I feel like I have so much musical freedom, and I don’t have to explain myself to anybody," she explained. "It was more of a thing where I was in awe. I was at that point in my relationship where I felt he could do no wrong. I thought he had my back and that he’d never steer me wrong."
Ora said after she finished working with Harris, 31, on "I Will Never Let You Down," he sort of let her down. "Everything started to go a bit weird," she added. "I don't know if it was because business was mixed with personal or what."