Elizabeth Olsen ends engagement
Elizabeth Olsen and her then-fiancé Boyd Holbrook pose during the "Godzilla" premiere in central London on May 11, 2014. Reuters

Elizabeth Olsen is back to flying solo. According to Us Weekly, the 25-year-old red carpet sweetheart has reportedly called off her engagement to her fiancé, Boyd Holbrook, 33.

The couple of three years first started dating in 2012 after meeting on the set of their film “Very Good Girls.” Us Weekly reported that initially the youngest Olsen sister was “resistant to getting into a relationship with another actor” but due to her hectic work schedule, it was the only way she was able to meet new people.

"They met from the first read of their movie together, and there was great chemistry there," the source shared during the 2012 report. "She really likes him!”

Rumors regarding the couple’s alleged break up started swirling after the Olsen was spotted shopping for fruit and veggies at a farmer’s market in Los Angeles – without her engagement ring. But the possibility of a split became even more evident when Holbrook was seen “flirting” with a woman at the CAA’s Pre-Golden Globes Party in West Hollywood, Us Weekly reported.

The Tinseltown twosome got engaged in Paris in March 2014. But before Holbrook popped the question to his then-wife-to-be in the City of Love, the actor asked Olsen’s father for his daughter’s hand in marriage. "It was so romantic, and they couldn't have picked a better spot,” a source gushed to Star Magazine about the couple’s Parisian proposal.

Olsen then dished a few details about her dream wedding when the actress sat down for an interview with Marie Claire U.K. in 2014. "I'm relaxed about it, but I am excited and planning ideas because it's fun," she revealed. "It's just like throwing a party to celebrate life. I love being in a relationship a lot."

She even revealed during the interview that she was already toying with the idea of starting a family with Holbrook. "My mother would love it if I was in L.A. with kids. I loved growing up in L.A., but I always think about places I've never been to before, like Oregon," she said.