Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse have reportedly ended their two-year relationship. E! Online says it is unclear whether the split is temporary or not. They were last seen together at the Oscars, where Cooper was nominated for his role in “American Sniper.” His mother also joined them.  

According to Daily Mail, the couple were allegedly looking into buying a home together in London. Cooper, who will be starring in “The Elephant Man” on the West End Stage, was looking forward to living with Waterhouse during that time. The site reached out to reps for both parties, but did not receive a response.

The former couple met at the Elle Style Awards in London in 2013, according to Daily Mail. Waterhouse, 23, previously revealed to Rollercoaster magazine that they were introduced by a third party “and hit it off almost immediately.”

“We were dancing at the after-party, and he asked me if I fancied going to a club. We went to Cirque Le Soir in London – and he’s a ridiculously good dancer,” she added.

Their relationship heated up quickly. Within a few weeks the two were inseparable, appearing on multiple red carpets and being photographed out and about together. Despite their many public appearances, they did their best to keep their relationship private. During an interview with Elle U.K., Waterhouse told the magazine, “I don’t talk about my boyfriend because it’s boring.” Their secrecy didn’t stop rumors from getting out – It was widely believed that their relationship was getting serious, after sources revealed that Waterhouse had received “the stamp of approval” from Cooper’s mother.

“Bradley is totally smitten. His family all love her too and most importantly she has the stamp of approval from his mother, Gloria,” a source told The Sun.

The 40-year-old “American Sniper” actor told Square Mile magazine his “next big step in life” would be having children. He did not mention whether or not that was something he hoped to do with his then-girlfriend.

Neither the actor nor his former girlfriend has addressed their break up.