'Boring' AJ Pritchard DUMPED by girlfriend Zara Zoffany – just two months after leaving Abbie Quinnen | The Sun

AJ PRITCHARD has been dumped by Zara Zoffany just two months after he left Abbie Quinnen.

The former Strictly Come Dancing professional, 28, ended his three-year relationship with fellow dancer Abbie, 25, after she caught him messaging another woman.

AJ quickly got into a relationship with Zara after they met filming MTV's The Challenge, however The Sun can reveal she called time on the romance after "getting bored" of the star.

A source said: "AJ was totally smitten with Zara but as time went on she got bored of him.

"It was all very intense on The Challenge and they fell for one another. But outside in the real world when they started dating it was all very different.

"Zara is really outgoing and she thought AJ had changed. She really wasn't happy and ended it.

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Our insider added: "AJ was hurt of course but it was for the best."

We have contacted a rep for AJ for comment.

Abbie previously opened up to The Sun about her split from AJ, insisting her world had "fallen apart".

She said: "AJ isn’t the person I thought he was.

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"After everything I went through with him I thought we would be together for ever. He has been the biggest disappointment to me."

Their split came as a shock to fans after they revealed plans to marry in the future after growing close in lockdown.

Their bond was then further strengthened after Abbie's TikTok fireball accident.

The social media stunt went badly wrong and left the 25-year-old with third-degree burns and needing traumatic skin grafts.

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