Vanessa Nicola Kirby is known for playing the role of Princess Margaret in the Netflix series, The Crown. Currently, she is also filming for Mission Impossible 7 starring Tom Cruise. On the other hand, Callum Turner is an English model turned actor who is best known for playing the role of Theseus Scamander in the 2018 fantasy film Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Callum is a part of Jane Austen’s adaptation Emma.
Both these rising actors started dating each other in 2015 and have allegedly called it quit last year, 2020.
Vanessa and Callum history
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Kirby and Turner to begin with met on the set of the 2014 comedy Queen and Country which they both featured in. They began dating the taking after a year. But Vanessa Kirby confirmed their relationship after two years of dating. This happened because a few chatter shippers hypothesized that she was seeing her Mission: Impossible co-star Tom Cruise.
She told the Daily Mail, ‘‘There’s literally zero truth in it. I’ve been in a relationship for two years! ”We hadn’t started filming, and all of a sudden we’re getting married! It’s so bizarre. My boyfriend found it hilarious.’’
Vanessa and Callum Split
After dating for almost 6 years Vanessa and Callum Turner finally parted their different ways. Given their busy and tight schedules, they did not get much time to spend with each other. Due to this they “gradually grew apart”. They could not work on their relationship as they were busy filming.
Last year a source informed that ” They made the difficult decision to go their separate ways and they both think it’s for the best. It’s all very amicable – things just weren’t working out.”
Vanessa and Callum: Past Relationships
Vanessa Kirby also dated Christian Cooke for 2 years 2009-2011. She was later involved with the Romeo and Juliet(2013) star Douglas Booth. They both dated each other for the year 2012- 2013. Vanessa is currently single.
Callum Turner allegedly had no past relationships except dating Vanessa Kirby and is currently single.
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