Will Poulter & Florence Pugh's not-so-romantic 2022 Ibiza trip: The truth revealed

    Back in 2022, Ibiza beach photos stirred rumors about Florence Pugh & Will Poulter's relationship. Relive the nostalgia as we clarify the air on this bygone buzz.

    Will Poulter and Florence Pugh (Source: CelebsFirst)

    Will Poulter and Florence Pugh (Source: CelebsFirst)

    The year 2022 was remembered for various reasons in the entertainment industry, but today we're diving deep into a throwback that caught the town by storm: a seemingly innocent Ibiza beach hangout between the Midsommar co-stars Florence Pugh and Will Poulter. The duo's sun-soaked moments, captured through the lens, certainly led fans on a merry dance of speculation.

    What was a carefree day under the sun, soon spiraled into a whirlpool of rumors and controversies. Questions arose, mainly about Florence Pugh's romantic involvement with Zach Braff. After all, their online love, symbolized by an Instagram birthday wish with their adorable rescue dog Billie, vanished mysteriously from the web.

    Twisting tales from Ibiza

    Florence, not one to keep quiet, eloquently put the rumors to bed with her words: "Ooookay. Man. This is getting a little silly now. No, Will Poulter and I are not dating..." Her Instagram story not only clarified the air around her relationship with Poulter but also addressed a larger issue, urging against online bullying.

    Stars beyond the controversy

    Beyond the buzzing controversies and ever-curious paparazzi, both Pugh and Poulter had monumental years ahead. With Pugh gearing up to work alongside the likes of Harry Styles in Don't Worry Darling and Timothée Chalamet in Dune 2, her plate was full and sizzling. Poulter wasn't far behind, as fans eagerly anticipated his appearance as Adam Warlock in the mega-blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

    Florence Pugh's Story (Source: ExtraTV)

    As time marches on, it's intriguing to look back and marvel at the way little moments can create massive waves in the sea of showbiz. But in the end, as Pugh aptly pointed out, "There's no need to be horrible online- no need. Think about what you write. Think about who it affects."

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