Did Kit Harington and Fiancee Rose Leslie Break Up?


Did Kit Harington and Fiancee Rose Leslie Break Up?


The 30-year-old actress sparked rumor she's splitting from the Jon Snow portrayer after she was spotted without her engagement ring when watching a New York Knicks game last week.
Is there trouble in paradise in Kit Harington and fiancee Rose Leslie's relationship? The couple has been hit with split rumor after the red-headed actress was spotted without her engagement ring when watching a basketball game between New York Knicks and Miami Heat last week.

Harington, who is also Leslie's former co-star and on-screen love interest on HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones", was noticeably missing at the game that evening. Instead, Leslie was with her younger brother, John, and Alexa Chung at the game that took place in Madison Square Garden.



Reps for the couple have yet to respond to the split rumor.



It's been just a little over two months since Harington and Leslie officially announced their plans to tie the knot in British newspaper The Times. Their announcement was made under the names Mr K.C. (Kit Catesby) Harington and Miss R.E (Rose Eleanor) Leslie.

"The engagement is announced between Kit, younger son of David and Deborah Harington of Worcestershire, and Rose, middle daughter of Sebastian and Candy Leslie of Aberdeenshire," so it read.

Following the engagement, Harington flashed a huge smile when hitting the black carpet at the preview screening of his BBC show "Gunpowder" at BAFTA in London, England. He was joined by his co-stars Liv Tyler and Edward Holcroft.

Harington and Leslie, both 30, started dating in 2012 when she first joined "Game of Thrones" as Ygritte. The Jon Snow depicter revealed that they moved in together after five years together. "I've moved in with my other best friend Rose, so I'm very happy," he told James Corden. "It's going well, so she's got all sorts of ideas for the house."

The actor continued, "I said to her, cause she's moved into my house, 'Look darling, it's important that this is our space. That it feels like our space. That you haven't just moved into mine. Move anything you want around, change anything, chuck anything out.' "


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