American ski champion Lindsey Vonn breaks off a three-year relationship with ice hockey player PK Subban when everything points to an upcoming wedding.
Lindsey Vonn has communicated on her Instagram account the separation of the ice hockey player from New Jersey Devils PK Subban, after three years of relationship and a very intense love that drove fans crazy. The couple met about three years ago and went public with their relationship in 2018. They got engaged in August 2019 when, according to Vogue, Subban proposed to her at home, in front of Vonn's three dogs, and presented her with an emerald ring, your favorite color, and your birthstone.
“Over the past 3 years PK and I have had some incredible times together. He is a kind, good man, and someone I respect a great deal. However, after much consideration we have decided to move forward separately. We will always remain friends and love each other immensely. We ask that you please respect our privacy during this time.”, posted Vonn.
The American champion married in 2007 Thomas Vonn, her coach at the time, and of whom she kept the last name when they divorced. Lindsey Vonn later began a relationship with golfer Tiger Woods, later with manager Lewis Hamilton and LA Rams coach Kenan Smith. Three years ago she started a relationship with Subban and last year they exchanged engagement rings, hinting that there would be a wedding insight.
Vonn, 36, retired from professional skiing in 2019. He finished his career with 82 World Cup victories. That's 20 wins ahead of the next best woman, Austria's Annemarie Moser-Proell, and second on the all-time list behind Ingemar Stenmark of Sweden.
By winning a bronze downhill in her last race, Lindsey Vonn became the oldest woman to secure a medal at a world championship and the first woman to win a medal at six world championships.
Born in Toronto, Subban, 31, is considered one of the NHL's best defenders. Subban was selected by the Montreal Canadiens in the second round of the 2007 NHL Draft with the No. 43 picks and was inducted into the NHL All-Star team in 2013 and 2015.