Sadie Robertson is a single gal once again.

According to a representative for the Robertson family, the Duck Dynasty star and former Dancing with the Stars finalist has broken up with her boyfriend Blake Coward, Us Weekly reported.

Sadie and Coward dated for over two years and there was speculation amongst fans she'd be the next person in the family to get married after her brother, John Luke, just tied the knot in June 2015.

The representative told the magazine that Sadie, whose parents are Duck Dynasty stars Willie Robertson and Korie Robertson, split from the Alabama Mustang's high school quarterback two weeks ago.

The last time Sadie, 18, wrote about Coward on social media was March 9, when she shared a photo of the pair on Instagram.

"It's a good morning when you wake up, and have a FaceTime date with your handsome boyfriend and get to watch a @stevenfurtick sermon together before even getting out of bed 3.9.16," Robertson captioned the screenshot of them FaceTiming, adding a heart emoticon as well.

Last year, Sadie gushed about Coward during an interview with the Boston Herald and reportedly revealed her grandfather, Phil Robertson, set some pretty strict rules for the couple when they began dating.

"The first time [they met], the only thing he said to Blake all day was, 'You hurt her, I'll hurt you. I'm watching you like a hawk, and I'll break your legs if you do anything to her.' Blake was like, 'Yes, sir, all right!'" Sadie said, according to Us.

"But my dad loves him, the whole family loves him. We've been dating for 10 months now, so he's like a part of the family. We're always together. When I'm in Louisiana, it's a seven-hour drive away, and when I'm in L.A., it's more like 32 hours. Basically, we're best friends. He's a great guy who really has a heart searching for God. He's not perfect but he strives to be, and that's all I can ask for."

Sadie and her pro partner Mark Ballas finished Season 19 of Dancing with the Stars in second place behind winner Alfonso Ribeiro and his partner Witney Carson.

The ninth season of Duck Dynasty premiered on A&E on January.
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Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.