Lupita Nyong’o says she wants to keep her new relationship WITH Joshua Jackson private after suffering ‘pain and heartbreak’


Lupita Nyong’o has admitted she wants to keep her new relationship with Joshua Jackson out of the public eye after being burned in the past.

The actress, 40, was open with the breakdown of her relationship with her ex Selema Masekela, revealing that it was ‘devastatingly extinguished by deception’.

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Lupita has since found love with her new partner Joshua, 45, but she insisted she will be going back to the ‘old ways’ of keeping her love life private. 

Historically, Lupita hasn’t been public about her relationships, as she told Porter: ‘And that was very, very sage of me. I’m going back to those days, by the way.’

However, this changed during her previous romance, when she hard-launched her then-boyfriend on Instagram, sharing a video with the hashtag #thisismylove.

Her Reason For #Thisismylove

Revealing her reason behind the December 2022 post, she said: ‘In my mind, when I shared my relationship status with the world, it was because I felt sure about it.’

Just 10 months later, Lupita revealed that their relationship had come to a sudden end and she posted a vulnerable announcement. 

The heartbreaking prose detailed her vast pain and determination to ‘run into the shadows’ in the wake of the break-up, which came just hours before she was spotted putting on a cosy display with newly-single Joshua.

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Her statement read: ‘There are much more important things going on in the world right now, and my thoughts are with those who are deeply suffering.

‘At this moment, it is necessary for me to share a personal truth and publicly dissociate myself from someone I can no longer trust…

‘I find myself in a season of heartbreak because of a love suddenly and devastatingly extinguished by deception.

‘I am tempted to run into the shadows and hide, only to return to the light when I have regained my strength enough for me to say, ‘Whatever, my life is better this way.’

‘But I am reminded that the magnitude of the pain I am feeling is equal to the measure of my capacity for love. And so, I am choosing to face the pain, cultivating the courage to meet my life exactly as it is, and trusting that this too shall pass.’

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