The pair were first linked in March 2019, and welcomed their son, Rhodes, back in December 2020.
However, rumors of their split have been floating around for a couple of weeks now — as they didn't follow each other on Instagram and had no recent couple photos.
Multiple sources have now told People, Us Weekly, and In Touch that the couple broke up a few weeks ago. "It's sad, and they are trying their best to co-parent. It's been hard," one "insider" told People.
The news comes as Garrett is reportedly being sued for negligence for a drunk driving incident in January 2020, where he allegedly drove into another car after passing out behind the wheel, injuring two women and two children.
Neither of them have confirmed the split, but we'll keep you posted if either of the couple chooses to comment on the split.