Olivia Munn and Aaron Rodgers Call It Quits After Nearly 3 Years of Dating

The breakup comes after the two fueled engagement rumors.

Olivia Munn and Aaron Rodgers are reportedly the latest celebrity couple to split up.

A source close to the 36-year-old actress tells ET that the two called it quits about a month ago. "It wasn’t over anything specific -- they just grew apart over time," the sources says of Munn and 33-year-old NFL pro. "They tried to make it work but just couldn't."

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According to People, who was first to break the news, the couple “remains close friends and wish nothing but the best for each other moving forward.”

News of Munn and Rodgers' breakup comes after they sparked engagement rumors earlier this year when the X-Men: Apocalypse star was spotted wearing a diamond ring on her left hand. While Munn shut down prior engagement speculation, her mother, Kim, excitedly spoke to ET in May 2016 about the possibility of her daughter marrying the Greenbay Packers quarterback.

"Big wedding," Kim told ET's Cameron Mathison at the time. "Because I have big families. All my brothers and sister and my nieces and nephews. They can't wait for them to get married."

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"We are not even engaged, Mom," Munn responded. "It has never been in my head, the 'dream wedding' or 'dream scenario.'"

Rodgers made headlines last year after it was reported that he had allegedly not spoken to his family since 2014, the same year that he started dating Munn. In a profile piece for The New York Times, Rodgers’ father, Ed, spoke out about the rift in his family, which made headlines when his other son, Jordan Rodgers, spoke about it with his now-fiancee, JoJo Fletcher, on her season of The Bachelorette.

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“Airing public laundry is not what I would have chosen," he told the Times, adding that he doesn’t “think it’s appropriate to talk about family stuff publicly,” but "fame can change things.”

Munn last shared a photo of Rodgers in January, and captioned the pic with heart emojis. She also shared a sweet note to Packers fans in February after the team lost to the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC championship game. Below is a look at that message.

--Reporting by Jennifer Peros