Florence Pugh and ex Zach Braff are clearly still on good terms as they enjoyed a cheeky exchange on Instagram.
The Don’t Worry Darling actress, 26, and Scrubs star, 47, were in a relationship for three years, first getting together in 2019.
Florence, who had previously spoken out against critics of their 21-year age gap, confirmed in September that the pair had split earlier in 2022 and had done so quietly, as everyone had ‘opinions’ on their relationship.
In an interview confirming their separation, Florence admitted she still gets ‘a lumpy throat’ when she talks about it, however the initial pain of their split appears to have abated as they chatted like close friends in a new exchange on social media.
Comedy actor Zach took to Instagram on Friday to share an opportunity for Scrubs fans to win a Zoom call with him and co-star Donald Aison, with all proceeds going to a US war veteran charity.
And while fans scrambled to place their bids and voice their excitement in the comment section, a familiar face popped up.
Florence, who is currently appearing in Irish Netflix series Wonder, added her two cents, writing: ‘I’m deffo bidding on this.’
To which Zach responded cheekily: ‘I’m certain you could get this for free.’
He added: ‘But it is a very good cause for veterans…’
Little Women star Florence opened up about her and Zach’s split in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar in September, saying they tried to break up ‘without the world knowing, because it’s been a relationship that everybody has an opinion on.’
She explained: ‘ ‘We just felt something like this would really do us the benefit of not having millions of people telling us how happy they are that we’re not together.’
‘So we’ve done that. I automatically get a lumpy throat when I talk about it.’
The new exchange comes after Florence, who is now one of the biggest names in the business, admitted she started to regret pursuing an acting career when Hollywood bosses told her to change her ‘weight and look.’
Speaking to The Telegraph, she recalled how, in the earlier stages of her career, there were ‘all [these] things that they were trying to change about me.’
‘Whether it was my weight, my look, the shape of my face, the shape of my eyebrows – that was so not what I wanted to do, or the industry I wanted to work in.’