Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly split - reports

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Trevor Noah | Minka Kelly
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  • Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly have reportedly gone their separate ways for the second time.
  • The couple were first linked in September 2020.
  • After breaking up in May 2021, they got back together and travelled to South Africa for a New Year's holiday.

According to reports, Trevor Noah and Minka Kelly have gone their separate ways for the second time.

A source told E! News it's "100 per cent over" between the Daily Show host and the actor and that "they've been broken up for a while."

The insider added that Kelly "is very disappointed" about the break-up, but they just weren't on the same page. "They were going in circles and ending up in the same place. It didn't work."

A timeline of their relationship:

The couple was first linked in September 2020, when a source confirmed to People, "They're very happy. It's a very serious relationship."

They remained tight-lipped about their relationship, with reports of their first break-up making headlines in May 2021.

Days after the couple had reportedly split, they were spotted having lunch together. Shortly after that, news of a rekindled romance broke as the pair travelled to St Bart's for a private weekend getaway.

It was only in December 2021, however, that Noah shared his first photo with Kelly on social media – when the couple travelled to South Africa for a holiday.

The couple rang in the new year with local socialites, including Noah's close friend and radio presenter, Anele Mdoda.

Shortly after the trip, Kelly shared photos of her travels on Instagram, writing, "Take a trip to South Africa. Find friends like these. Have the holiday of a lifetime. Thank you, Mzansi."

Both Trevor and Minka have since refrained from sharing any more photos with each other on social media.

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