Stacy Keibler is planning a European vacation without George Clooney, following the couple's split after over two years of dating.
Stacy Keibler is heading to Europe for a vacation without George Clooney following reports of their split.
The 33-year-old former WWE wrestler wants to getaway and have some time on her own as she comes to terms with the end of the couple's relationship after over two years of dating.
However, she will not be staying at George's residence on Lake Como in Italy.
A source told E! News: ''She spent a ton of time in Europe last summer and is still is hoping to do the same this summer. She loves living in the moment and living her life to the fullest that she can, so travelling and exploring is very important to her and she does it as much as she can.''
Stacy will ''carve out'' time from promoting new cooking reality TV show 'Supermarket Superstar' - on which she is the host -in Los Angeles - to go on vacation.
The couple called time on their romance after spending American Independence Day apart last Thursday (04.07.13), with George, 52, at Lake Como and Stacy attending a party in Malibu thrown by Madonna's manager Guy Oseary.
The couple reportedly split on good terms, as they realised there work commitments were getting in the way of their relationship and they were seeing each other less and less.
A source revealed: ''They were friends before they started dating and they'll be friends after. It was a friendly [break-up] ... They haven't seen each other in a while and they've both been working so much, so in recent months, they've started growing apart.''
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