Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the biggest celebrity love life stories of October 2017 — from breakups and hookups to rekindled romances and rumored relations. Keep reading to get the scoop on the news you need to know about, starting with Ewan McGregor's purported love triangle. The Scottish hunk and his wife of more than two decades (pictured together in April) are done — and he's already moved on! On Oct. 22, The Sun published photos of the "Star Wars" actor smooching "Fargo" co-star Mary Elizabeth Winstead at a restaurant in London. After the photos surfaced, People magazine confirmed that Ewan and Eve Mavrakis called it quits in May after 22 years of marriage and four children together. Mary Elizabeth's marriage to her childhood sweetheart, Riley Stearns, also ended in May. She and Ewan reportedly shot the third season of "Fargo" together in Canada in late 2016 and early 2017. Suspicious timing, no?
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October was a huge month for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who made their first official public appearance as a couple during the Invictus Games in Toronto in late September. On Oct. 3, Us Weekly reported that friends of the loved-up duo believe they're already secretly engaged. "I think it's already happened but they're holding the news back until she has finished on 'Suits,'" a pal told the magazine. "I've never seen them happier. It's amazing." Speaking of "Suits," in mid-October the Daily Star reported that the actress-philanthropist told producers of the hit legal drama that she would not be returning for the eighth season. "Meghan loved playing Rachel and feels she owes so much to 'Suits,' but Harry can't move to Toronto, so she'll have to move eventually if they want to be together," said a source. "Meghan knows she can't really act at the same time as being a princess and is happy to make this career sacrifice. … She really enjoys her charity work with UNICEF and will broaden out her charity commitments when she becomes a full-time royal." (The Daily Star also reported that Harry and Meghan are looking for their first home in the Cotswolds.) Then on Oct. 28, the Daily Mail reported that Meghan finally met Queen Elizabeth II over tea with Harry at Buckingham Palace.
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It's only been three months since Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced that they were calling it quits after eight years of marriage, and the funnywoman has already moved on. TMZ reported on Oct. 18 that the "Mom" star has been dating cinematographer Michael Barrett, whom she reportedly met on the set of the upcoming "Overboard" remake. "They were hanging out occasionally in September, but started seeing each other more frequently recently," a source told People magazine of the couple, who've been seen out together several times in the Los Angeles area in recent weeks.
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Dakota Johnson was linked to not one but two famous men this month. The New York Post reported on Oct. 10 that she was seen sharing drinks with Jon Hamm — to whom she was first linked in April — in New York City on Oct. 5. "They seemed to really be enjoying each other's company," a source told Page Six. Just two days later, People magazine reported that the "Fifty Shades of Grey" star was seen on a dinner date with Chris Martin in Los Angeles. According to a witness, Dakota and the Coldplay frontman looked "cozy" and were "laughing and affectionate."
The Sun reported on Oct. 11 that Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs have called it quits after more than three years as a couple. "Rob is tired of it, has called off their engagement and told friends they have split," a source told the tabloid. "With so much history between them, though, there are still strong feelings there. It's a difficult situation but things have become tough between them for some time and they both know they were no longer working as a couple."
On Oct. 10, The Blast reported that Rachel Bilson broke up with Hayden Christensen after she discovered inappropriate text messages between him and his "Little Italy" co-star Emma Roberts. The former off-and-on couple of nearly a decade, who share daughter Briar Rose, called it quits for good earlier this year.
In Touch reported on Oct. 18 that Christina El Moussa ended her relationship of about five months with Doug Spedding after discovering that he was seeing his ex-girlfriend behind her back and also using drugs again. (He was arrested for drug possession in 2011.) "Christina encouraged him to go back to rehab," a source told the tabloid. "Christina is the type of person who sees the best side of others, and that's how she was with Doug. Caring about someone does not save someone and Christina knows that. She just wanted to help him."
Brooke Shields confirmed on an Oct. 3 episode of "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen" that Donald Trump once asked her out. "He called me. I was on location doing a movie, and he called me right after he had gotten a divorce [from Marla Maples]," she recalled. "He said, 'I really think we should date, because you're America's sweetheart, and I'm America's richest man, and the people would love it." The model-actress did not take him up on his offer.
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander tied the knot in Ibiza, Spain, on Oct. 14. The comely couple first connected in 2014 while shooting "The Light Between Oceans," though they briefly split in mid-2015.
"Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner took to Instagram on Oct. 15 to announce that her boyfriend of about a year, Joe Jonas, popped the question. "I said yes," she captioned a photo of their hands that also showed off her engagement ring.
The rumor mill has been working overtime to connect Bella Hadid and Drake. Us Weekly reported on Oct. 9 that the rapper planned and paid for the model's 21st birthday party, and Life & Style reported on Oct. 18 that the duo have actually been seeing each other since June. According to a L&S source, Bella has "fallen even harder" for Drake since he threw her birthday bash. Added the source, "[It] started out casual, but they're definitely serious [now]. They've been meeting up and going out for romantic dinners." But Bella's mom, Yolanda Hadid, denied the dating rumors during an appearance on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen." When the host asked about Drake planning her daughter's party, the reality TV star replied, "He did, really? I didn't know that. … They're friends." Several other media outlets have also shot down the rumors.
In early October, there were rumblings that Shakira and longtime love Gerard Pique had called it quits. "It's something serious and she has been the one who has finally made the decision," a source told Spanish gossip site Cotilleo as part of a story that went live on Oct. 6. The site added that the parents of two were no longer living together and that the singer "could no longer cope with the situation." But Shakira's publicist denied breakup reports: "Everything is the same," the rep told HOLA! Gerard poured more cold water on the breakup rumors when he took to Instagram to share a video of himself visiting Shakira during rehearsals for her upcoming tour. Then on Oct. 12, Us Weekly published a photo of the couple packing on the PDA near their home in Barcelona on Oct. 10. So much for that!
Chris Evans and Jenny Slate fueled rumors they'd rekindled their romance when they stepped out for dinner in Atlanta, where he's shooting the next installment in the "Avengers" franchise, on Oct. 13 and then again the very next day as half of a double date with Robert Downey Jr. and his wife. "They seemed like a couple," an eyewitness told Us Weekly of the onetime lovers, who called it quits in February after around nine months as a couple. "[They were] laughing. He reached across and touched her arm a couple of times. They seemed like normal people on a date." But a People magazine source implied that a full reconciliation may not in the cards for Jenny and her former beau: "Chris has been seen with various women in Atlanta during filming," said the snitch.
John Stamos took to Instagram on Oct. 22 to announce that he and his girlfriend of nearly two years, model-actress Caitlin McHugh, have gotten engaged. "I asked … she said yes! …And we lived happily ever after," he captioned a drawing of them at Disneyland, where he reportedly popped the question.
On Oct. 16, Woman's Day New Zealand identified Shailene Woodley's new beau: 26-year-old Fijian rugby player Ben Volavola, who plays for North Harbour. The "Big Little Lies" star — who's been living in Auckland, New Zealand, while shooting her upcoming movie "Adrift" — has reportedly watched several of her man's recent rugby matches. He's also made a few low-key appearances on her Instagram.
On Oct. 6, Page Six reported that Tyra Banks and photographer Erik Asla have called it quits after five years and a baby together. "It came drama-free and they're co-parenting their young son [York]," said a source. The duo welcomed York via surrogate in early 2016.
James Packer opened up about his broken engagement to Mariah Carey during an interview with The Australian, which Daily Mail Australia covered on Oct. 20. The billionaire businessman, who split from Mimi in October 2016 after 18 months as a couple, reportedly revealed that he started dating the singer during a "low point" in his personal life while spending time in Los Angeles visiting his two children with his second wife, Erica. "She was kind, exciting and fun," he said of the diva. "Mariah is a woman of substance. She is very bright. But it was a mistake for her and a mistake for me." He also dished on the end of his second marriage: "It is my biggest regret that I let my marriage to Erica fail," he said.
In Touch reported on Oct. 19 that Kris Jenner and her boyfriend of three years, Corey Gamble, are on the brink of a breakup. "Kris is ready to call it quits with Corey," a source told the tabloid. "You can hear it in her voice that she is done." But the same night that In Touch published the report, Kris and Corey posed together on the red carpet at an event for Julien's Auctions and Tommy Hilfiger in Los Angeles.
Malin Akerman took to Instagram on Oct. 13 to announce that she and Jack Donnelly had gotten engaged. "This sweet and loving man has stepped into our lives and stole both our hearts! I think we're gonna keep him around for a while 😉 #engaged #isaidyes #jackdonnelly #family #yes," she captioned a photo of herself and the English actor, whom she was first spotted smooching in March, that also showed off her engagement ring. (The "our" Malin is referring to includes her young son, Sebastian, from her first marriage to Roberto Zincone.)
E! News reported on Oct. 3 that Naya Rivera asked the court to dismiss her November 2016 filing to divorce husband Ryan Dorsey. "They want to make it work for the sake of their son," said a source of the rekindled couple, who tied the knot in July 2014 and welcomed a baby boy, Josey, the following year.
Us Weekly reported on Oct. 16 that Paul Wesley and Phoebe Tonkin, who started seeing each other in mid-2013 after connecting on the set of "The Vampire Diaries," have called it quits after four years of off-and-on dating. (They last split in March but reconciled in April.) The CW stars reportedly moved out of the home they shared and unfollowed each other on Instagram.