Nikki Reed Jealous of Ian Somerhalder’s Ex Nina Dobrev’s Relationship Status?

By Anshul Hardikar | 1 year ago
Nikki Reed Jealous of Ian Somerhalder’s Ex Nina Dobrev’s Relationship Status?

If reports are to be believed then Nikki Reed who got married to Ian Somerhalder earlier this year does not really seem happy these days. One might think after all the wonderful moments that she had in her wedding with Ian, what could make her feel uneasy or unhappy? Rumors suggest that Nikki is not too happy about her husband’s ex Nina Dobrev’s relationship news.

According to KDrama Stars, Nina Dobrev who is reportedly dating Austin Stowell has been getting tons of support online from “The Vampire Diaries” fans but it seems Nikki is not too happy about it. Reports suggest that she now has to share the spotlight with another couple and that too with her ex-best friend Nina. It is being reported that Nikki apparently even unfollowed Nina from Ian’s Twitter page. The website quoted another news source that had reported about Nina still following Ian on Twitter even after all they have been through, but that does not seems to be the case anymore. Nina on the other hand has been saying that there’s no bad memories between her and Ian even after he married her best friend Nikki. The website who also quoted Celebrity Dirty Laundry stated that the best way to get over your ex and ex-best friend is to just move on and be happy. However quite honestly, if Nikki and Nina were best friends, then the possibility of Nikki being jealous of Nina’s happiness does not seem right. If anything she would be more supportive and happy that her best friend has also found someone. If that is not the case then Nikki would not really react at all.


A report by Hollywood Life added that Nikki is not at all jealous of anyone and does not have one jealous bone in her body. Apart from that Ian also has been encouraging her to stay friends with her ex-husband just the way he has been friends with all of his exes.

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