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Fans think Stephanie Rice has split with soldier boyfriend as images of him disappear from her social media

Stephanie Rice’s love life has her fans scratching their heads.

The Olympic swimmer has deleted images of her boyfriend, former soldier Dane Christison, from her Instagram page and has not mentioned him for several weeks.

In a recent post on the platform, Stephanie detailed her upcoming plans, again without mentioning Dane.

‘Back in Australia for two weeks of jam! It was such a blessing to be back here to see my friends and family and take care of some excited work commitments,” she wrote in her caption alongside a series of images.

‘Last week I was asked to speak at a Christian charity event and later in my journey I have another speech, along with a photo shoot for a new brand partner, which is really so exciting. There were 10 days between those commitments, so I thought why not do another intensive MBA course… let’s just go hard and do everything,” she added.

Stephanie Rice’s love life has her fans scratching their heads. Stéphanie is in the photo

‘I still think it’s great. I love the intensity, pressure and focus… it really brings out the best in me. I look forward to returning to Dubai soon, but this trip to Australia has been worth it in many ways.”

The post led to fans asking about her boyfriend’s absence.

“Did you break up with your husband? We haven’t seen anything with him since you came to town?” someone asked in the comments.

“I was wondering that too,” another agreed, while yet another said, “Yes, and she didn’t include him in her schedule.”

The Olympic swimmer has deleted images of her boyfriend, former soldier Dane Christison (left), from her Instagram page and has not mentioned him for several weeks

The Olympic swimmer has deleted images of her boyfriend, former soldier Dane Christison (left), from her Instagram page and has not mentioned him for several weeks

Late last year, Rice, 35, shared a series of loved-up photos of herself and Christison, 41, on Instagram from New York, telling her followers that the pair met through a church connection.

‘I never expected the year to end like this!!’ Rice wrote in an Instagram post.

‘I give my life to God, follow his call to move my life to Dubai, meet you during my first week at church in Brisbane and spend our first Christmas together in New York.

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“Did you break up with your husband? We haven’t seen anything with him since you came to town?” someone asked in the comments. “I was wondering that too,” another agreed, while yet another said, “Yes, and she didn’t include him in her schedule.”

“I can’t tell you how long I’ve been waiting for this. You just have to keep faith in his plan and in his timing.

“God is so good and I can’t wait to see what he has in store for 2024.”

Rice also shared videos on her Instagram Stories showing that her vacation in the United States included a road trip and a train ride through the picturesque Colorado Rockies.

Another video showed the couple riding in a car together while listening to worship music.

Late last year, Rice, 35, shared a series of loved-up photos of herself and Christison, 41, on Instagram from New York, telling her followers that the pair met through a church connection.

Late last year, Rice, 35, shared a series of loved-up photos of herself and Christison, 41, on Instagram from New York, telling her followers that the pair met through a church connection.

Christison previously served in East Timor (Timor-Leste) and Iraq.

He now runs a company called Survive to Thrive Nation, which coaches current and former military personnel on how to successfully return to civilian life.

“We train people to go to war, but we don’t train them to come home,” he said in an SBS Viceland documentary.

“Why Don’t We Condition Ourselves to Suffer Trauma?”