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Daisy Edgar-Jones ‘has SPLIT from Tom Varey after two years of dating’

Daisy Edgar-Jones ‘has SPLIT from Tom Varey after two years of dating as Normal People star is keen to focus on her career’

  • The Normal People star, 22, is said to have called it quits with the actor, 29, late last year after they both decided they wanted to focus on their careers
  • Despite their break-up, Daisy and Tom are said to still be on good terms and there are ‘no hard feelings’ between them
  • A source claimed: ‘Daisy has been inundated with opportunities and feels she has to put them first, Tom’s also really dedicated to his acting’
  • Daisy and Tom started dating after meeting on the set of film Pond Life in 2018
  • Daisy has won huge critical acclaim for their portrayal of Marianne in the BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel of the same name 

Daisy Edgar-Jones has reportedly split from her boyfriend Tom Varey after two years of dating, it was reported on Saturday.

The Normal People star, 22, is said to have called it quits with the actor, 29, late last year after they both decided it would be best to focus on their careers.

Despite their break-up, Daisy and Tom are said to still be on good terms and there are ‘no hard feelings’ between them.

Parted ways: Daisy Edgar-Jones ‘has SPLIT from Tom Varey after two years of dating as Normal People star is keen to focus on her career’, it was reported on Saturday (pictured in June 2020)

A source speaking to The Sun claimed: ‘They got on really well during lockdown last year, but they’re both young and passionate about following their careers.

‘Daisy has been inundated with opportunities and feels she has to put them first, Tom’s also really dedicated to his acting and wants the best for both of them.

‘They were sad they couldn’t make it work, but are still close and there’s no hard feelings.’

MailOnline has contacted Daisy and Tom’s representatives for comment. 

Focus: A source claimed: 'Daisy has been inundated with opportunities and feels she has to put them first, Tom's also really dedicated to his acting and wants the best for both of them'

Focus: A source claimed: ‘Daisy has been inundated with opportunities and feels she has to put them first, Tom’s also really dedicated to his acting and wants the best for both of them’

End of the road: Despite their break-up, Daisy and Tom are said to still be on good terms and there are 'no hard feelings' between them (Daisy pictured in Normal People with Paul Mescal)

End of the road: Despite their break-up, Daisy and Tom are said to still be on good terms and there are ‘no hard feelings’ between them (Daisy pictured in Normal People with Paul Mescal)

Daisy and Tom dated for two years and first became a couple after meeting on the set of the film Pond Life in 2018. 

In August last year, Daisy revealed that Tom would ‘rather not’ watch the sex scenes with Paul Mescal in Normal People but found the hit series ‘very beautiful’. 

Daisy, who plays Marianne, explained how she was mindful of her loved ones seeing the passionate clips with her co-star Paul, 24, but described how her boyfriend is aware of such scenes as an actor. 

She said: ‘I made sure to send it to my mum before they watched it live, so that she knew exactly when to inform my grandparents to go and make a cup of tea. 

Former flames: Daisy and Tom (pictured in December 2019) dated for two years and first became a couple after meeting on the set of the film Pond Life in 2018

Former flames: Daisy and Tom (pictured in December 2019) dated for two years and first became a couple after meeting on the set of the film Pond Life in 2018

Rise to fame: Daisy and Normal People co-star Paul have won huge critical acclaim for their portrayal of Marianne and Connell in the adaptation of Sally Rooney's novel of the same name

Rise to fame: Daisy and Normal People co-star Paul have won huge critical acclaim for their portrayal of Marianne and Connell in the adaptation of Sally Rooney’s novel of the same name

‘It was the exact same with Tom. He’s an actor – he’s done those scenes before. He had read the book and was incredibly moved by it.’ 

Speaking about her boyfriend watching her sex scenes with Paul, who portrayed Connell in the series, she added: ‘I’m sure he’d rather not watch those scenes but, on the whole, he found the series very beautiful and he thought they were handled really well.’ 

Daisy and Paul have won huge critical acclaim and the hearts of fans across the world for their portrayal of Marianne and Connell in the adaptation of Sally Rooney’s 2018 novel of the same name.

The drama follows Irish students Connell and Marianne as they navigate social and class dynamics from school to university. 

Romance: The drama follows Irish students Connell and Marianne as they navigate social and class dynamics from school to university

Romance: The drama follows Irish students Connell and Marianne as they navigate social and class dynamics from school to university

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