Last week, while celebrating the season finale of Euphoria with friends, the Vanderpump Rules cast member and musician shared a series of photos, one of which included a very telling framed image that Katie was noticeably absent from — and that got the attention of plenty of curious fans.
“Season Finale of Euphoria … Who’s ready!?” Sandoval asked in the caption of his February 27 post on Instagram.
Along with Sandoval’s slideshow, on which the comments have since been listed as limited, he shared a photo of himself holding an edited framed image that included himself and Schwartz, as well as Lisa Vanderpump and Ariana Madix.
As fans of Euphoria may know, the image was originally of the Jacobs family. However, in Sandoval’s post, he changed all of the faces aside from one, seemingly purposefully leaving Katie out of the mix.
After the sharing of the photos, as reported by Heavy, the image of Sandoval holding the frame was shared to Reddit, where a number of Pump Rules fans and followers couldn’t help but notice that Katie wasn’t included while Sandoval’s girlfriend was.
“No Katie,” one person said.
“He could have used Katie’s face as the little kid at the bottom though so idk,” another noted.
Someone else suggested that Sandoval had simply left Katie out of the photo due to their own strained relationship.
“Probably Sandyboy being an a–hole to Katie on purpose as usual,” they said.
“Not a fan of the character choice.. but hmmm not Katie in the fam photo,” wrote another fan.
Rumors regarding the possibly impending divorce between Katie and Schwartz were first sparked in February, when Katie shared Kim Kardashian‘s divorce statement on her Instagram Story along with a message that said, “Amen.”
“In the last two years I decided, I’m going to make myself happy. And that feels really good. And even if that created changes and caused my divorce, I think it’s important to be honest with yourself about what really makes you happy. I’ve chosen myself. I think it’s okay to choose you,” the message said.
Then, days later, Katie shared the cover art for Florence + the Machine’s new song, “King,” and she said, “Damn this good.”
“We argue in the kitchen about whether to have children/About the world ending and the scale of my ambition,” the lyrics read. “And how much is art really worth/The very thing you’re best at/Is the thing that hurts the most/But you need your rotten heart/Your dazzling pain like diamond rings/You need to go to war to find material to sing/I am no mother, I am no bride, I am King.”
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