Lauren Silverman, Instagram


Relationships come and go, but social media is forever—just ask Lauren Silverman.

The last Instagram  post made by Simon Cowells baby mama back in January 2013 now seems like a premonition. And even though the 36-year-old pregnant socialite deleted her Instagram account six months ago, E! News exclusively nabbed a filtered screengrab of her final cryptic message.

The seemingly telling social media share started off with her re-posting one of those generic lovey-dovey quotes that usually plague Pinterest. It read:  "Throughout life you will meet one person who is unlike any other. You could talk to this person for hours and never get bored, you could tell them things and they won't judge you. This person is your soulmate, your best friend. Don't ever let them go."

Simon Cowell, Lauren Silverman


Lauren also added her own commentary to the idealistic quote, writing, "True friendship and true love are rare like diamonds. To be cherished and treasured and to be hold onto with all you've got. Be kind. Love with raw passion and with all your heart. And finally, strive to learn and practice the act of forgiveness. X"

It could be we're reading too much into this final Insta, but it did go up in January 2013, which is right around the time when, as a source tells E! News, "things developed" between Lauren and Simon. Prior this this, the pair—along with Lauren's husband, Andrew Silverman—had all been friends.

But when Lauren and her husband of 10 years "had a messy split," it was Simon who reportedly "became a shoulder to cry on for her."  Don't point any fingers though. As Lauren's mom told E! News, her daughter's marriage to the real estate mogul "had been on the rocks for some time."

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