Francesca Farago & Harry Jowsey's Recent Split Isn't The Couple's First Breakup
History repeats itself! Word of Francesca Farago and Harry Jowsey’s breakup has taken the internet by storm, shocking fans of the couple. As it turns out, their most recent split isn’t the first one they’ve gone through.
Earlier this year, we were introduced to Farago and Jowsey on Netflix’s Too Hot to Handle, where they made waves with their hot and heavy romance.
Throughout the season, they had plenty of ups and downs, but by the end of the show, they seemed to be happier than ever before. As they say though, some good things never last.
In an interview with Us Weekly, the Australian opened up about a breakup that occurred shortly after filming ended and lasted about eight months.
“We broke up on the worst terms. It was toxic,” Jowsey explained.
“There were a couple of things that happened and we both weren’t too happy about it. There was a bit of loss of trust. And then it was just pretty much game over at that point.”
The Australian revealed that during their time apart, he wound up in another serious relationship.
“I just got to L.A. and I started talking to a girl that was in Sydney. And I was like, do I just move back? Thankfully, that didn’t work out,” he explained.
As it turns out, it was the Australian Netflix star that reached out to Farago in hopes of rekindling their flame.
He told Us Weekly that he texted his B.C.-born ex while drunk on New Year's Eve, letting her know that he missed her.
The two reunited shortly after, giving their whirlwind romance another go before the series even premiered.
When they were finally able to share the exciting news with fans, the couple made a joint YouTube channel where they chronicled their adventures together.
Although things seemed to be going well on social media, Farago recently shared an emotional message on her YouTube informing fans that the pair have split yet again.
Jowsey has also addressed the split on social media, and although their photos together are still up, they’ve unfollowed each other.