Lindsay Hubbard wiped all wedding content with Carl Radke from her Instagram following their bombshell split.
Fans noticed Monday that almost every snap featuring the former couple together had been deleted from the publicist’s account, including those from her engagement and her bridal shower last month.
However, she did keep recent photos with Radke from her 37th birthday celebration.
“Thank you for all the birthday wishes!!! ❤️🔥I feel so blessed and loved! Especially by babe @carlradke,” Hubbard captioned the post from Aug. 12.
At the time, the now-exes appeared to be in good spirits while posing at Make Believe rooftop bar in New York City.
She also kept multiple group shots with her ex-fiancé.
Hubbard’s Instagram purge came after Radke, 38, claimed she was “devastated” by their breakup in a letter to family and friends.
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“Words cannot possibly express how difficult the last two weeks have been for Lindsay and I,” he wrote in the message obtained by People on Monday.
“The fact of the matter is Lindsay is devastated and I’m crushed with how all this transpired. I graciously ask for some patience and grace to heal and recover while we navigate this extremely difficult time.”
While the Bravolebrity didn’t specify why the wedding was called off, he slammed all the “false narratives and misunderstandings” surrounding their split.
“We were left trying to figure out how this all exactly happened before we could even have the opportunity to determine the path forward amongst ourselves,” he continued.
As for Hubbard, she has remained radio silent about the breakup.
Page Six confirmed on Aug. 31 that the “Summer House” co-stars had called off their engagement three months before their destination wedding in Mexico.
“The two were set to get married in November, but Carl told Lindsay he couldn’t move forward with the wedding,” a source told “Entertainment Tonight” at the time.
“The breakup was filmed and will most likely play out on the next season of ‘Summer House.’”
The insider added that Radke was the one who pulled the plug, telling Hubbard that “he couldn’t move forward with the wedding.”
Radke and Hubbard’s relationship had been full of ups and downs since they met in 2016 during Season 1 of the Bravo reality show.
They were friends for years before deciding to take things to the next level for the first time in 2019.
They had a brief romance, with Hubbard previously revealing that she wanted something more serious than what Radke was ready for.
The duo gave it another shot in January 2022 after they focused on building their friendship.
Seven months later, they got engaged during a romantic outing at Southhampton’s Dune Beach, which was captured by Bravo cameras.