Global DJ star David Guetta has ended his seven-year love story with model and actress Jessica Ledon. Namely, the 54-year-old DJ and his 24-year-younger chosen one allegedly decided to part ways because they were too busy due to constant commitments and travel.
Their lifestyles no longer matched. The source told foreign media that David, who spent the summer in Ibiza, constantly put pressure on Jessica, who lived in the US. “David had grown apart from Jess and their lifestyles just weren’t compatible anymore," an insider told."He had to be in Ibiza through the summer for his residency there, whereas she was in the States.
They have so much history together that all of us around them thought they were made for each other but it hasn’t worked out that way."
The couple may one day give their love another try.
“They haven’t completely cut contact so some of us are hoping they will patch things up.
It’s a real shame because they were a great couple but he isn’t letting himself get hung up about things," the source told The Sun. The couple started dating in 2015, and they crowned their relationship with David, instead of an engagement ring, giving his partner a "promise ring", which shows his love and commitment to her.
He did it because he "doesn't believe in marriage" anymore. From the beginning of their relationship, they attracted a lot of public attention, and many noticed how Guetta "sparkled" with the young Cuban woman. Although photos of them together remain on social media, the pair have not appeared together since the Grammys in April.
Guetta, who is the author of numerous world hits, divorced his wife Cathy in 2014 after 22 years of marriage. The process was amicable, and the couple remained on good terms because of their children, son Elvis and daughter Angie, whom they raise together.
David has sold more than ten million albums during his career, and he previously admitted that he "took a big risk" by becoming a DJ. He explained: "I didn’t grow up with money, and my entire life I was always scared to be poor.
Again, you have to understand that when I was making the choice to become a DJ - it was a huge risk. You can’t compare it with now where there’s risk but there’s also a chance to become rich.
"At that time, there was no such thing as getting rich from being a DJ.
So, when I started making money, my obsession was to have a house in case something happened. If music didn’t work, I would have a place to sleep."