GOLF influencer Paige Spiranac has revealed that she is "no longer married."
Spiranac, 28, has a massive social media profile and now boasts more followers on Instagram than ANY professional – her 3.2million fans even beat Tiger Woods on the site.
She hasn't competed professionally since missing the cut in Dubai in 2016.
As reported by New York Post, the golf fanatic has broken the silence on a previous relationship.
In an Instagram Q&A post, Spiranac explained that she is no longer with athletic trainer Steven Tinoco, who she wed in 2018.
She said: "I do get this question a lot so I do want to address it.
"I was married. I am no longer married."
Spiranac told the New York Post: "I met him at the start of my career, so we have done this entire thing together.
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"He is so understanding and knows this is a business for me. He will say: 'Hey, show a little more cleavage'."
On her podcast, she explained why she kept it a secret for so long: "I think a lot of people think I don’t talk about it because of my business.
"If I say that I’m with someone or I’m married, then I’ll lose male followers, and that’s actually not the case.
"I am so open and honest about everything in my life, as you guys can tell from the podcast.
"That I want something to myself, and having a public relationship is very difficult, and as soon as you make it public, you’re giving everyone the right to ask questions and you have to then answer them.
"If I do post about it, and I end up breaking up with that person, I then have to talk about the break-up cause I owe that to everyone because I made my relationship public.
"When a big milestone has happened in my life, it’s always turned into something that is not joyous anymore because people comment on it and they turn it into something that’s it not, and so I just want to leave my relationship and my family and things that are really important to me out of it."
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