Carl Radke addressed his split from Lindsay Hubbard less than two weeks after Page Six confirmed they called off their engagement on Aug. 31.
“The fact of the matter is Lindsay is devastated and I’m crushed with how all this transpired. I graciously ask for some patience and grace to heal and recover while we navigate this extremely difficult time,” he wrote in a letter to family and friends obtained by People.
Radke continued writing, “Words cannot possibly express how difficult the last two weeks have been for Lindsay and I.”
The “Summer House” star also apologized to their anticipated wedding guests “for the confusion and lack of communication.”
“We were left trying to figure out how this all exactly happened before we could even have the opportunity to determine the path forward amongst ourselves,” he wrote.
Radke didn’t elaborate on why he called off their wedding, but he did claim that there are “a lot of false narratives and misunderstandings that have made this all the more painful.”
“I don’t take [this] lightly. We are super grateful for the love and support you have shown us and will do what I can to help with any costs associated with changing plans,” he continued.
The exes were set to tie the knot in a destination wedding in Mexico on Nov. 17, 2023.
“I’m sorry again this has become such a mess,” he wrote. “Thanks for your unconditional love and support during this tough time. Will be in touch with further updates. With love, Carl”
Hubbard has yet to address the breakup nor did her reps immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
On Aug. 31, sources told Entertainment Tonight that Radke, 38, was the one who decided to end things.
“Carl Radke and Lindsay Hubbard have called off their engagement. The two were set to get married in November, but Carl told Lindsay he couldn’t move forward with the wedding,” an insider told the outlet.
“The breakup was filmed and will most likely play out on the next season of Summer House,” they added.
While it’s unclear exactly what led to the split, the pair seem to be on good terms as they still follow one another on social media and haven’t deleted any of their photos together. However, Hubbard did remove her pinned engagement posts with her at the top of her feed.
In fact, just two weeks before their breakup Hubbard, 37, posted pictures from her garden-themed bridal shower — which included a special appearance from her now ex-fiancé.
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“Carlito showed up and surprised me at the end! 😍🥰” she captioned photos of Radke greeting her with a bouquet of flowers.
She also included a video of the pair sharing a sweet smooch.
Along with Radke, several of her Bravo co-stars were also in attendance, including Amanda Batula, Danielle Olivera, Ciara Miller, Gabby Prescod and Samantha Feher.
Radke and Hubbard met in 2016 while filming Season 1 of “Summer House” and started dating three years later.
However, the pair ultimately decided they were better off as friends and split after less than a year of dating.
Yet in September 2021, the two were spotted getting cozy at Kyle Cooke and Amanda Batula’s wedding.
After months of speculation, Hubbard confirmed to Page Six that sheand her co-star were taking their relationship out of the friend zone — again.
“We don’t really talk in labels, Carl and I … [but] we’re very much together. We’re very happy,” she told us in January 2022.
Just seven months later, the former Loverboy employee popped the question in the Hamptons while Bravo cameras were rolling.
“My advice: Never give up on that fairytale kind of love! 👩🏼❤️💋👨🏻 (Sorry to be sappy, but f*ck it’s hard not to be right now),” Hubbard captioned the announcement, which is still pinned to the top of her profile.
Season 8 of “Summer House” started filming in July, yet it’s unclear exactly when the pair called things off.
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