Vanessa Grimaldi is still single three months after splitting from “The Bachelor” alum Nick Viall.

The reality TV star was recently linked to Montreal hockey player Brendan Gallagher after they were spotted at brunch earlier this week.  But her rep told People that the two are just “hanging out.” “They’ve been talking and hanging out together. They’re cute. It’s all relatively new,” the rep said.

Another source told the publication that the 29-year-old Grimaldi is in no rush to get married. After all, she was previously engaged to Viall, but they decided to call things off a couple of months ago. “She’s enjoying taking time for herself, being in Montreal, hanging with her family and friends and focusing on her charity. She’s still working on E! News and doing beauty segments there, so she’s back and forth between L.A. and Montreal,” the source said.

Meanwhile, Grimaldi and Viall got engaged at the end of “The Bachelor” Season 21 in March. But after just five months, they decided to end their relationship. The couple released a statement and expressed their sadness over their love story not having a fairytale ending.

“We will continue to be there for each other no matter what. This hasn’t been an easy decision, however, as we part ways, we do so with lots of love and admiration for each other,” they said.

However, the ex-couple’s split did not come as a surprise to their closest friends, who predicted that their relationship was bound to fail. A source told People, “Their friends knew the relationship wouldn’t last. It was a mismatch from the start. She’s super fun, bubbly and outgoing and he’s more of a serious personality and more introverted. She would try to bring him out of his shell, but he’s just not as comfortable in big groups.”

Prior to their breakup announcement, there were also rumors that they were on the verge of splitting up. While at Evan Bass and Carly Waddell’s wedding, the two barely hung out with each other. On their way back to home, they also didn’t talk much. An insider told US Weekly that they “were angled completely away from each other.”