Spanish singer Enrique Iglesias and longtime girlfriend, former professional Tennis player Anna Kournikova, may call it quits because he won't propose, the New York Post's Page Six reported.
According to this recent report by the Post, Kournikova is tired of Iglesias never popping the question.
In an interview before his appearance at Starlite this year, Enrique,38, said that Anna wasn’t worried about getting married and that she was a ‘good girl’.
He must have thought buying the $26 million mansion for them both in Miami, would be enough to keep them together – he was wrong.
Apparently, the couple has hit a bit of a rough patch because the singer - son of Julio Iglesias - is in no rush to walk down the aisle.
A source told The New York Post, "Anna is getting tired of waiting for him to decide if he wants to marry her or not.
“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,” a source supposedly told Page Six.
They've been together for so long, she feels like it’s never going to happen. She is ready to move on.”
But the source added, "This issue has come up before, and they have managed to smooth things over and get back together. Time will tell."
Despite rumours a few months back that 38-year-old Iglesias and 32-year-old Kournikova were ready to tie the knot, his management team insisted that they have "no intention" to marry in the near future.
Last year, Iglesias was forced to deny they had married after calling Kournikova his wife, in Russian, while at a gig in her native country.
He said: "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."
Iglesias has rarely spoken about the relationship, telling VH1 in the US that "I just want it to be special, and the only way to make sure it’s special is by just making it as private as possible. And if you talk about those things that are special to you and that are close to your heart, it’s not the same anymore."
Reps for Kournikova and Iglesias declined to comment.