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Anna tired of waiting for Enrique?

Published 01/10/2013

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova
Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova

Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova are facing fresh speculation about the state of their 12-year relationship.

The singer has been dating the tennis star for 12 years and despite many marriage rumours they are now engaged. It's been claimed Anna, 32, feels her 38-year-old beau will never fully commit to her so is ready to make a break.

"Anna is getting tired of waiting for him to decide if he wants to marry her or not. They’ve been together for so long, she feels like it’s never going to happen. She is ready to move on," an insider told New York Post.

Although it appears a break-up is on the cards, friends are not overly concerned at the moment. The couple are known to have gone through difficulties in the past and always managed to work things out, with sources saying "time will tell" how their relationship goes at the moment.

Enrique and Anna have faced intense speculation about their romance for many years. In 2008, a UK newspaper claimed they had secretly exchanged vows in 2007 but then gone their separate ways.

The couple faced fresh rumours last year, after the singer called Anna his "wife" during a show in Russia.

"It was just meant to be sweet... I honestly didn’t mean to confuse people. I thought it’d be easier for the audience to understand than if I said she was my girl," he later clarified.

There were also reports they were planning a wedding this year, which Enrique's representative quickly shot down.

Anna is renowned for refusing to talk about her romance in public, previously claiming keeping the details of her relationship secret helps make it "special".

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