It's officially over for "Vaughniston," the unwieldy appellation given to the romance between actors Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston.
People magazine reported on its Web site Tuesday that the two had split after more than a year together, citing representatives for the pair.
Former Friends actress Aniston, 37, took up with the 36-year-old star of The Wedding Crashers after splitting with husband Brad Pitt. They starred in the romantic comedy movie Break-Up, which opened at No. 1 at the box office in June.
The union was the subject of much tabloid speculation, amid competing reports that they were either engaged or on the rocks. People's rival, US Weekly, reported in August that they were planning a secret beach wedding, but it later quoted insiders as saying the relationship was done.