AceShowbiz - Aaron Rodgers has continued to fuel rumors that he's currently in a relationship with Mallory Edens. This time, the Green Bay Packers quarterback was spotted celebrating his birthday with the daughter of Bucks co-owner, Wes Edens.
Aaron celebrated his 39th birthday courtside on Friday, December 2. He was spotted sitting next to the 26-year-old model at a Milwaukee Bucks game. They were joined by his teammate, Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb.
This wasn't the first time Aaron was joined by Mallory courtside. The model shared a photo of herself and the quarterback at a Bucks game in 2019 on her Instagram page. Fast forward to April this year, Aaron was also snapped sitting next to her inside the Fiserv Forum while cheering on the Milwaukee Bucks.
The sightings came after two breakups between Aaron and his ex-girlfriend Shailene Woodley. The duo began dating in 2020, then first split in February, ending their engagement amid controversy over statements the athlete made about COVID-19 and his vaccination status. They then reunited to give it another shot, only to end it again for good in April.
A source spilled at the time that the actress was simply "done," but added that they were still on "good terms." It's also reported that Shailene "tried to give it another shot and was spending time with Aaron but she quickly saw that everything was on his terms and nothing was going to change. There was no reason to continue and she's done with it again."
More recently, Shailene sparked rumors that she's dating her "The Fault in Our Stars" co-star Ansel Elgort after they're seen snuggling up to each other during an Italian dinner. In photos posted on Ansel's Instagram feed in September, the two shared a cuddle at a restaurant.
Then a few weeks later, Ansel's longtime girlfriend Violetta Komyshan announced that she's "single." When asked how she feels about the single life, Violetta told E! News in November, "I think it's fun. I'm 26, so right now is the age to push ahead and focus on that… on yourself."