Fans of Robert Pattinson know he likes to keep his personal life private, but a recent outing may have cemented his single status. Amid rumors he and fiancée FKA Twigs have ended their relationship, the actor was spotted on two occasions over the weekend without his rumored ex by his side.

The “Twilight” star was spotted arriving and leaving solo at Leonardo DiCaprio’s birthday celebration at The Highlight Room at the Dream in Hollywood on Saturday, E! Online reports. While the party is said to have lasted “way past sunrise,” Pattinson didn’t say for the entire event. “Rob Pattinson went to Leo’s party solo and left alone in an Uber around 1:30 a.m.,” the site reported. 

A photo from the outing shows Pattinson outside the event standing close by singer The Weeknd, who is also newly single.

While Pattinson may have been seen leaving and arriving without Twigs, he may have had some company inside the soiree. E! reports the actor’s longtime friend and rumored fling Katy Perry was also in attendance. Other A-listers who helped ring in DiCaprio’s 43rd birthday reportedly include Robin Thicke, Jessica Szohr, Adam Levine, Jamie Foxx, Quentin Tarantino and many more.

One day prior to DiCaprio’s soiree, Pattinson was also seen sans-Twigs. Photographers spotted him enjoying a meal in Studio City, California, with friends.

Reports of a split between Pattinson and Twigs surfaced in October with several outlets blaming their breakup on scheduling issues. Still, People Magazine reported at the time that the exes could reconcile.

“He still loves her and that’s the girl he wants to marry,” a source told the magazine. “It’s not out of the realm of possibility that they could get back together and it’s more like they are taking a break. It’s not like he asked for the ring. She still has it.”

While Pattinson’s romantic life may be struggling, his professional life is thriving. Pattinson told Parade last week that he has an upcoming film with Martin Scorsese and hasn’t ruled out doing another film franchise.

“No way!” he said when asked if he is against doing another blockbuster. “I find it so difficult to find anything I get excited about. In general, it’s about directors. If a great director called, I’d be like, ‘Yeah.’”