After less than two years of marriage, Bristol Palin and her husband, Dakota Meyer are reportedly getting a divorce. They surprised fans in June 2016 when they revealed that they had tied the knot, almost one year after calling off their engagement in April 2015, days before they were set to walk down the aisle. "Meyer has also blocked Palin on social media", the magazine said.
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The couple apparently no longer follow each other on Instagram, where they were both known for sharing adorable photos of their family and children. Ms. Palin has a third child, Tripp, and the pregnancy by Levi Johnston was announced during the 2008 Republican National Convention. Dakota's last post with Bristol present was of a family photo from January 7, 2018, captioned, "What matters".
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Things have never been smooth sailing for Meyer and Palin, a reality TV star, a 2010 celebrity contestant on "Dancing With the Stars" and a speaker on the importance of abstinence education. But perhaps, tellingly, Palin doesn't appear to be wearing a wedding ring. "With the love and support of our family, we know we can get through anything". A source told the gossip rag that Bristol and Meyer - who share two daughters together, 2-year-old Sailor Grace and 9-month-old Atlee Bay - are no longer living in the same home.
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We reached out to a rep for Bristol but they had no comment.