Travel blogger couple Lauren Bullen and Jack Morris split

They were a couple who – on the surface – had it all.

A $ 1.2 million Balinese mansion that travels the world and earns a six-figure salary that shares their enviable lifestyle on social media.

But for world-renowned travel blogger Jack Morris, 30, and 28-year-old Aussie girlfriend Lauren Bullen, there was one thing missing from their lives.

Happiness.

In separate posts posted late Tuesday night on Instagram, Manchester-born Morris and Mrs. Bullen revealed that they had quietly divorced in March.

The couple, who have a combined following of nearly five million followers on social media, gained popularity on Instagram by sharing photos and videos of their adventures around the world.

In the summer of 2018, the couple decided to buy their dream home in Bali, but, having not found the right home, set up their own Insta-worthy pad for a whopping $ 1.2 million.

However, less than two years later, Ms Bullen said the couple had made the “most difficult” decision of their new lives.

“It’s very difficult for me to find words for this post. and a post I really did not think I would do, “Ms. Bullen wrote along with many photos of the couple.

“But life happened and Jack and I decided to break up last month.

“It simply came to our notice then. “Unfortunately, last year we let our relationship slip away from us.”

Ms Bullen said while “from the outside it seemed we had what you could have wanted more”, there was one thing missing in their relationship.

“One thing was missing,” he wrote.

“Something more important to me than anything else, happiness.”

Ms Bullen now praised her ex-partner, saying it was “the best thing” ever happened to her.

“We had a direct and inseparable connection,” he wrote.

“I am so proud of everything we have achieved together.

“You pushed me to work harder and dream bigger and I was always so inspired by your dedication and determination to succeed.”

Ms Bullen said the last few weeks after deciding on their future together have been difficult, with the couple spending time sitting and crying together.

“We remembered the last 5 years of love, adventure and fun together, something that brought us so much closeness and understanding of why we could no longer make it work as a couple,” he wrote, noting that the couple were “still so good.” friends ”and will continue to work as partners

Mr Morris echoed Ms Bullen’s post, saying the decision to end the relationship was “difficult” for both of them, but “a decision we know is the best”.

“I spent by far the best years of my life with this girl and I will cherish those memories forever,” she wrote.

“It is very rare to find someone with whom you immediately click, share the same dreams and then be lucky enough to find the world together.”

“Who knows where this next chapter will lead us, wherever it does, I will always be so grateful for the years we have spent together and for our friendship that we will always continue to share,” he added.

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