Florence Pugh, Zach Braff break up; actress also talks Valentino dress
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff ended their relationship earlier this year — but they The actor revealed in a new interview that he kept quiet due to the barrage of media attention.
“We’ve tried to do this separation without the world knowing because it’s been a relationship that everyone has an opinion on,” Pugh told Harper’s Bazaar in a report published Tuesday. “We just felt like it was really in our best interest to not have millions of people tell us how happy they are that we’re not together. So we did it. I automatically get a sore throat when I talk about it. will be.”
He also criticized the paparazzi and “gossip channels” for encouraging people to share “private moments of celebrities walking down the street.”
“I think it’s incredibly wrong,” he said, adding that just because people are in the public eye doesn’t mean “every aspect of their lives should be watched and written about.”
“We didn’t sign up for a reality TV show,” he said.
Florence Pugh and Zach Braff:Braff shares a photo of his girlfriend, fiancé Pugh, getting ready for the 2020 Oscars.
USA TODAY has reached out to representatives for Pugh and Braff for comment.
Pugh, 26, and Braff, 47, have been dating since 2019. While the couple never hit the official red carpet, Pugh has defended their love amid a 20-year age gap.
In April 2020, the “Little Women” star responded to “horrible” comments made on a previously posted photo of Braff for her birthday.
“I don’t need you to tell me who to love or who not to love and I will never in my life – ever – tell anyone who they can or can’t love,” she said in an Instagram video. ” “It’s not your place and it’s really none of your business.”
Pugh, then 24, also made it clear that he was an adult, noting that he had worked since he was 17 and had started paying taxes since he was 18.
This is not the first time Pugh has defended himself on social media. Last month, he addressed Critics raved about the hot pink and jelly gown by Italian fashion house Valentino that she wore at Paris Haute Couture Week, braless, with her breasts peeking through the colorful fabric.
Florence Pio transparent dress:Actress brings up gender reactions: “Grow up. Respect people. Respect the body.
“We’ve been raised to find strength in the folds of our bodies. To speak out loud about being comfortable,” Pugh said. “It’s always been my mission in the industry to say ‘(expletive) it and (brutal)’ whenever someone expects my body to look hot or sexy.”
She went on to address this controversy in the market interview and said that she is comfortable with “small breasts”.
“And showing them — it put (people) at ease,” he said. “They were so angry I was sure,” he said. “Why are you so afraid of breasts? Small? Big? Left? Right? Just one? Maybe none? What. It’s so scary.”
Pugh stars in the upcoming psychological thriller Don’t Worry Baby (in theaters Sept. 2) alongside an all-star cast that includes Harry Styles, Chris Pine, Gemma Chan and Kiki Lynn.
Director Olivia Wilde premiered the film’s trailer at CinemaCon in April and praised Pugh’s performance. He said: You are witnessing the birth of a full-fledged movie star.
“Do not worry Baby”:Olivia Wilde says Harry Styles is a ‘revelation’ in sexy thriller
Contributors: Sarah M. Monescu, Edward Segera, Patrick Ryan