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It’s Over! Paris Hilton & Fiancé Chris Zylka Allegedly Split After Ritzy Engagement

Jan. 28 2019, Updated 7:59 p.m. ET

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Paris Hilton is a single woman! As RadarOnline.com can confirm, the hotel heiress has split from fiancé Chris Zylka, almost one year after their extravagant engagement.

According to a source, the pair had very different and "hectic schedules," which led them to drift apart after about two years together.

"They broke up and called off their engagement earlier this month," a separate source close to Hilton, 37, told JustJared.com. "Their relationship started to become off-kilter after about two years together."

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Radar readers recall the actor, 33, popped the question during a romantic trip to Aspen, Colorado this January 2.

"I said Yas! So happy & excited to be engaged to the love of my life," wrote the blonde bombshell at the time while showing off her massive diamond ring. "My best friend & soulmate. Perfect for me in every way. So dedicated, loyal, loving & kindhearted. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world! You are my dream come true! Thank you for showing me that fairytales do exist."

But clearly, their romance was no picture-perfect fairytale after all.

"Paris will be focusing on her brand like DJ-ing and fragrances while Chris will get back into acting and art, like his gallery pop-ups with Banksy during Art Basel," the insider told the outlet.

The two have yet to confirm thew news.

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