Florence Pugh and ex-boyfriend Zach Braff put on a united front at the UK premiere of A Good Person (Picture: Tristan Fewings/WireImage)
Florence Pugh and her ex-boyfriend Zach Braff appeared together at the UK premiere of their new film, A Good Person, looking pretty pally.
The Don’t Worry Darling actress, 27, and the former Scrubs actor, 47, split last year after a three-year relationship.
But after announcing their split in August – which they initially kept quiet due to everyone already having ‘opinions’ on their 20-year age gap – they seem to have remained on good terms.
The pair put on a united front at the premiere as they posed for pictures side-by-side.
While Zach opted for a tartan suit over a white shirt, Florence rocked a glamorous yet understated trouser and high-necked crop top combo, with a fabulous shawl which doubled up as some elbow-high black gloves.
Florence stars in A Good Person as Allison, and it was directed by Zach, who also helmed the hit Apple TV series Ted Lasso.
Florence and Zach split last year after a three-year relationship (Picture: PA)
The pair tried to keep their split quiet as lots of people had ‘opinions’ on their relationship (Picture: PA)
The one and only Morgan Freeman stars alongside Florence in the drama, which follows a woman as she attempts to move on from a sudden tragedy.
After the pair announced their split, Florence told Harper’s Bazaar: ‘We’ve been trying to do this separation without the world knowing, because it’s been a relationship that everybody has an opinion on.
‘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.’
We’re obsessed with Florence’s shawl (Picture: Karwai Tang/WireImage)
Reflecting on the relationship again earlier this year in an interview with Vogue, the Little Women actress confessed the public weren’t supportive of their relationship, even though she said the pair ‘weren’t in anyone’s faces’.
‘It was just that people didn’t like it. They imagined me with someone younger and someone in blockbusters,’ she said.
On the topic of life in the spotlight, the Little Women star explained how Hollywood relationships are ‘so easily twisted’ because they appear on ‘gossip sites’.
Zach also spoke to the publication and gushed that Florence was ‘one of the greatest actors of her generation’.
‘She’s just magnetic,’ he said, as he explained she has ‘that magic thing that transcends the screen’ on top of beauty and talent.
A Good Person will be released on March 24.
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They look to be on good terms.