Aaron Rodgers went to Palm Springs this weekend for some golf according to TMZ. Shailene Woodley did not appear to join the Green Bay Packers quarterback. What does this mean for their relationship? Let's look at what else we learned over the last few days and try to find out.
US Weekly recently published a story titled "Aaron Rodgers, Shailene Woodley Are 'Talking Things Through' After Split, 'It's Up to Them.'" Just an absolutely incredible way to look at two people interacting. Here's what someone who knows Rodgers and/or Woodley told the publication:
“Things are different now, but they were definitely over,” a source exclusively tells Us Weekly. “Now that Aaron is in [the] off season, he has more downtime and can focus more on a relationship. Shailene is understanding and open — she hasn’t shut the door completely or [she] would’ve never agreed to meet up with him.”
Things might not be over, but they were definitely over. This kind of sounds like the intel that Adam Schefter was getting from Rodgers' camp back when he was definitely 100 percent done with Green Bay and then started the season with the team on time and played all but one game that year. However, this could also be standard celebrity PR stuff.
Here's some more insider info from that source.
“No one, including them, knows what the future holds — they can possibly get back together or they can decide they aren’t meant to be,” the source says. “That’s up to them to figure out.”
No one knows, but something could happen one way or the other and that's up to them. Which is nice, even if we aren't sure what the future holds.
Now this is actually pretty interesting. According to the person who took this photograph, this was *after* breakfast was done being served at Erewhon. It throws off the entire timeline from last week. It seems that Woodley came over, Rodgers shot his McAfee appearance, and then they went to the luxury grocery store where they did not go through the line together, but as separate orders. This suggests they were paying for their own drinks and/or food. Does this mean something? As a wise source once said, "that's up to them."