The shopping outing arrives just days after the former couple announced their decision to end their romance in a joint statement, in which they said that ‘our love for one another as humans is stronger than ever.’
AceShowbiz –Camila Cabello seemingly needs some time to process her split from Shawn Mendes. The former Fifth Harmony member was spotted looking somber while out for a shopping trip in Los Angeles.
In a picture from the outing, which marked Camila’s first public picture after the breakup, Camila was seen spending time on Melrose on Monday, November 22. In her contrary to her vibrant red dress, the “Havana” hitmaker looked like she was in low spirits.
The shopping outing arrives just days after she and Shawn announced their decision to end their romance in a joint statement. “Hey guys, we’ve decided to end our romantic relationship but our love for one another as humans is stronger than ever,” their joint statement read. The former couple then assured fans that they will continue be best friends despite calling it quits.
The “Senorita” collaborators added, “We started our relationship as best friends and will continue to be best friends. We so appreciate your support from the beginning and moving forward.”
While the former couple didn’t explain the reason of their split, Camila previously admitted that her anxiety “got in the way” of their relationship. “I felt so anxious, cripplingly anxious. I just felt really unstable, and I just felt a mess because suddenly, this thing that was distracting me, my work and filming, was not there,” she opened up on the Time to Walk app on Apple Fitness+.
She continued, “And so I was just left with my anxiety and my mind. And it was getting in the way of my relationship. It was getting in the way of my friendships, my time at home.”
The Cuban-born singer also shared to ask for a professional help before her anxiety got the best of her. “I definitely asked for help. I asked for time. And I learned a lot of tools,” she said. “I tried a lot of different things, different kinds of therapy, meditation, exercise, changing the way I eat, definitely changing the way I schedule my time and making sure that there’s balance, that I have time for friendships and connection with people and I’m not just nose to the grindstone, not paying attention to my body and my needs.”
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