The Strictly Come Dancing Star Adam Peaty and girlfriend Eiri Munro have announced their breakup.

Olympic swimmer Katya Jones partnered with a professional dancer for the BBC dance competition. The Olympic swimmer released a statement on Instagram on Tuesday acknowledging that he had “let Eiri down.”

The 27-year-old famous person, who is married to Eiri and has a two-year-old son named George, posted a long note next to a photo of the family of three.

Adam promised his ex-girlfriend Eiri that he would always love her, but the two have already broken up. And this is what we do know.

Adam Peaty

Adam Peaty

Olympic Swimmer Adam Peaty Splits From Girlfriend After Letting Her Down

Adam Peaty announced the end of his three-year relationship with Eirianedd Munro and apologized for “letting down” his partner and their young kid.

Similar to how Adam responded to Eiri’s Instagram story, the 24-year-old said she would be taking a significant break from social media following the couple’s sudden split.

The beautiful single mother, who has a two-year-old kid with Adam, 27, wrote: “The past three years have been beyond fantastic. There has been so much joy, love, and laughter in our small family. You guys have done a great deal to help with it.

“The next phase of my life will surely be difficult. I would like it if people will refrain from commenting, assuming, or messaging. I’ve shared so much about my life with you, but for the time being, I’ve made the decision to keep it private, and I hope you can all respect that.

“I truly appreciate you all,” Adam’s ex-girlfriend said, “for all the enjoyment and opportunities you have afforded me.” Bye for now, I’m going to take a break from social media. Thank you very much for everything.

Adam Peaty Wife: Was He Married To Eiri Munro?

Adam and Eiri had been living together as a family for three years even though they weren’t married and had a 2-year-old boy named George.

Adam and Eiri met at Loughborough University, where she was studying painting and he was swimming. They apparently met through the online dating service Tinder, to be more precise.

On New Year’s Eve 2020, Eiri uploaded a photo to Instagram that marked their first public interaction. She captioned it with three ice cube emojis, and was then questioned about who the “mystery man” was.

A month later, Eiri wrote “love ya xxx” in response to Adam’s heart emoji and described herself as “a very blessed girl.”

And when the first coronavirus lockdown occurred, Eiri called Adam “the finest quarantine friend a girl could ask for.”

Just two months after Eiri learned she was expecting, in April 2020, the couple announced their pregnancy on social media. The couple welcomed a kid named George-Anderson Adetola Peaty in September 2020.

Adam Peaty with his girlfriend Eiri Munro

Adam Peaty with his girlfriend Eiri Munro

Strictly Come Dancing Star Affair Rumors: Was He Cheating On Eiri?

After a lengthy post on his Instagram page following their divorce, allegations about Adam’s affair and adultery spread. On the other hand, last year, as one passionate routine’s conclusion drew near, audience members thought Adam and Katya were ready to kiss.

Then, in response to the dance, Adam’s girlfriend posted a video on TikTok in which she can be seen acting unhappy and putting the comment, “Watching your boyfriend almost kiss another women on live TV.”

Later, Eirianedd admitted that her reaction to her sportsman beau’s “near kiss” with Katya had been “very emotional.”

Last fall, as Adam and Katya were extremely close to finishing their hot Argentine Tango, Eirianedd, 23, informed viewers that she had taken a “short hiatus” from social media.

The athlete’s girlfriend also thanked her TikTok followers for their encouragement and acknowledged that she was “very distraught” because she had experienced online harassment following Adam’s performance on television.

Adam Peaty Bio

Adam George Peaty OBE is a competitive swimmer from England who specializes in the breaststroke. He was born on the 28th of December 1994. He became the first British swimmer ever to successfully defend an Olympic title when he won the gold medal in the 100-meter breaststroke event at the 2016 Summer Olympics. This victory was also the first gold medal won by a male British swimmer in the previous 24 years. He will also compete in the 100-meter breaststroke event at the 2020 Summer Olympics. In addition to that, he has won the title of World Champion eight times, European Champion sixteen times, and Commonwealth Champion four times. Peaty is regarded as the most dominant breaststroke swimmer of all time, according to FINA, and is largely considered to be the most dominant breaststroke swimmer of his era, according to the same organization.

Peaty is the current holder of the world record in the 50-meter and 100-meter breaststroke events, and he has not been defeated in either event in a long-course global championship since 2014. He has won eight consecutive global titles across both events, and the only thing that will break his streak of titles is an injury that will cause him to miss the 2022 competition. He has been the first male swimmer to finish the 50-meter breaststroke in less than 26 seconds and the first male swimmer to do the 100-meter breaststroke in less than both 58 and 57 seconds. He has broken the world record a total of 14 times. He is the first and only swimmer in the history of the sport to ever win both of the sprint breaststroke events at the same World Championships. He is also the British swimmer who has had the most success at a single World Championship.

Peaty is one of only five British swimmers, along with David Wilkie, Rebecca Adlington, James Guy, and Duncan Scott, to have won gold medals at all four major international events (Olympic, World, European, and Commonwealth Games). He is also the only swimmer to hold all four major gold medals in the same single event at the same time, a feat he accomplished in winning the 100 meter breaststroke at the 2016 Olympics, and which he maintained through the 2020 Olympics. Peaty is Peaty has won the title of European swimmer of the year a total of six times, beginning in 2014 and continuing through 2019. In addition, he has earned the title of World swimmer of the year twice, in 2015 and 2018.

Full name Adam George Peaty
National team  United Kingdom
 England
Born 28 December 1994 (age 27)
Uttoxeter, England, UK
Height 1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)
Weight 95 kg (209 lb)

Early life

Adam Peaty, the youngest of Mark and Caroline Peaty’s four children, was born on December 28th, 1994 in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire. He is the only son of the couple. He received his primary education at St. Joseph’s Catholic Primary School in Uttoxeter, then went on to receive his secondary education at Painsley Catholic College in Cheadle and Derby College. After hearing from his siblings that sharks may enter the bathroom through the drain, the young kid had a severe phobia of water and objected to being immersed in it. He also refused to be put in the bathtub. Peaty and his best friend took their very first swimming class the same year, when they were both four years old. It was during this swimming lesson that he conquered his phobia of water.

Peaty initially joined the Dove Valley Swimming Club in Uttoxeter when he was nine years old. By the time he was twelve years old, he had already been winning races and setting records for the club. Peaty was introduced to the City of Derby Swimming Club by a friend when he was 14 years old. However, the coach at the club, a former Olympic swimmer named Melanie Marshall, was not impressed with Peaty’s performance in the freestyle and placed him in the slow lane with younger girls. However, when she saw him swim the breaststroke for the first time, she couldn’t help but notice “something extraordinary.” She was also aware of the benefits that come with him having enormous hands and feet, a “amazing cardiovascular system,” and hyper-mobile knees and ankles that had double joints. Peaty claims that he did not start swimming competitively until he was 17 years old. At the time, he was getting ready for a night out drinking with friends when he read that Craig Benson, a competitor whom he was familiar with from the junior circuit, had made it to the semi-final of the 100-meter breaststroke competition at the 2012 London Olympics. Peaty was inspired to start swimming competitively. This pushed him to reevaluate his objectives and motivated him to devote his entire life to swimming and train nonstop to become a better swimmer.

Personal life

Peaty first became acquainted with his future partner Eirianedd Munro, a student at Loughborough University, during the time that the two were both undergoing training at the university. In April of 2020, he disclosed to the couple that they would be welcoming a son into the world. On September 11th, 2020, their son entered the world. Peaty is a devotee of the sport of football and cheers for Nottingham Forest. On August 23, 2022, he made the announcement that they were breaking up.

Peaty launched his own YouTube channel on April 1, 2016, to which he has since uploaded a number of videos. The first of them, titled “Common Queries About Me,” was uploaded on April 14, 2017, and provided answers to a few of those questions.

Peaty participated as a contestant in the nineteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, which aired from September 2021 until November 2021. Together with Katya Jones, a professional dancer, he made it to week 7 of the competition and finished in ninth place overall. Peaty won £40,000 in direct compensation for his time, efforts, and ninth-place finish in the competition.

Awards and honours

Peaty was honored with the FINA award for Best Male Swimming Performance of 2015 after he triumphed in the 2015 World Championships in Kazan, where he took home three gold medals. After shattering the previous world record in the 100-meter breaststroke competition at the 2016 Olympics, he was once again presented with the title for the greatest male Olympic swimming performance of the year by FINA in 2016.

Peaty’s efforts in 2016, 2017, and 2019 earned him the Ligue Européenne de Natation (LEN) Award for best Male Swimmer on three separate occasions throughout the course of the past four years. In the year 2021, he was once again honored with receiving this prize.

Swimming World Magazine honored Peaty with the title of Male World Swimmer of the Year in both 2015 and 2018. In addition to that, he has been awarded the title of Male European Swimmer of the Year for the past six years in a row, from 2014 to 2019.

Peaty and his mixed 4×100 meter medley relay teammates winning the gold medal and setting a new world record in the event was chosen as the number five moment at the 2020 Olympic Games in the sport of swimming by Olympics.com in August 2021, following the conclusion of swimming competition at the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Peaty was honored by the Sports Journalists’ Association as the Sportsman of the Year for the 2021 calendar year.

Peaty was given the honorary titles of Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the New Year’s Honours for the year 2017 and Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the New Year’s Honours for the year 2022 for his services to the sport of swimming.

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