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Gigi Hadid And Zayn Malik Reportedly Break Up

It's a warzone.

Just as we were recovering from the breakup of Taylor Swift and boyfriend of 15 months, Calvin Harris, now we need to deal with another celebrity relationship gone awry: Gigi Hadid and Zayn Malik.

Yes, according to E! News, the 21-year-old model and the 23-year-old former One Direction member have called it quits after roughly seven months of dating.

❤️ @voguemagazine by @mariotestino on stands in May!! xx

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Cue the tears.

Zigi, who made their red carpet debut as a couple at the 2016 Met Gala in May have reportedly been experiencing some "rough patches within the relationship for a bit now," a source tells E! News.

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"During her birthday they were fighting," one insider told E! News.

However, not all hope is lost for the young couple — another source told the publication there may be a reconciliation soon.

"Zayn and Gigi did break up, but they can likely get back together tomorrow. It's all very unclear what's going on between them now. They been having some issues lately that involved communication and getting along."

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The source added, "Gigi is really sad about this, though, and in a way would like to work it out. It's more about that constant contact with Zayn that she misses and they did get very close."

Just last week, the Victoria's Secret model posted an Instagram of herself and her then-boo, captioning the pic, "Missing you."

missing you ❤️

A photo posted by Gigi Hadid (@gigihadid) on

Hey, at least we'll always have their Vogue spread. And the "Pillowtalk" music video.

Now excuse us while we go cry quietly in a corner.

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