Elizabeth Hurley, Shane Warne

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It looks like there may be some trouble in the love department for Elizabeth Hurley and Shane Warne.

The Hollywood couple, who got engaged in October 2011 after dating for 10 months, have sparked breakup rumors after remaining oddly quiet on Twitter in the last few weeks (sure, it's just Twitter, but sometimes clues can lead to bigger things).

Hurley and Warne were known to be very active on the social media site, and still somewhat remain to be, except now they hardly mention each other in tweets, unlike before. Additionally, the stars may have been subtweeting a few messages that indicate a split.

Last week, the former Australian international cricketer thanked friends on family on Twitter after celebrating his 44th birthday, but seemed to leave out his model fiancée. A few days earlier, he wrote, "It's not what happens in your life, it's how you react to what life throws at u, in both the good & bad times."

Meanwhile, Hurley posted a photo of herself and her dog on Twitter and wrote, "The more I know of man, the more I love my dog. Goodnight from me and Raja...."

E! News has reached out for comment.

The last time the duo referenced each other on Twitter was nearly three weeks ago.

The actress wished Warne a Happy Australian Father's Day on Sept. 1, writing, "Happy Father's Day to all Australian Dads. Especially @ ❤. The day before, Warne mentioned the celeb in a post, saying, "@simon_odonnell no worries mate ! Golf next week if you're free ? @ElizabethHurley & my horse is still running, @ lift !"

Hurley and Warne's relationship first went public in December 2010, after they were photographed kissing outside a London restaurant.

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