Elizabeth Olsen and her fiancé Boyd Holbrook have broken off their engagement, a source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. Credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

Over and out. Elizabeth Olsen and her fiancé Boyd Holbrook have split after three years together, a source confirms exclusively to Us Weekly.

Their broken engagement news comes after Olsen was photographed this past weekend at a farmers' market in L.A.'s Studio City, without her engagement ring.

An insider at CAA's Pre-Golden Globes Party at the Soho House in West Hollywood also observed on Jan. 9 that Holbrook was at the bash sans Olsen. At one point, the Gone Girl actor was outside flirting with a blonde woman who coincidentally resembled his love of three years.

Olsen, 25, and Holbrook, 33, first started dating in 2012 after they met on the set of their film Very Good Girls, costarring Dakota Fanning and Demi Moore. "There was great chemistry there," an insider told Us at the time. "She really likes him!"

The duo got engaged last March, less than two weeks after Us Weekly broke the news that her big sister Mary-Kate Olsen was set to marry financier Olivier Sarkozy. "They've been by each other for a while, taking a lot of couple time," an insider told Us of Lizzie's engagement. Another source added: "They moved into a place in Brooklyn a few months ago."

Several months after she said "yes," the Avengers: Age of Ultron actress spoke to Marie Claire UK about her engagement. "I'm relaxed about it, but I am excited and planning ideas because it's fun—it's just like throwing a party to celebrate life," the Godzilla actress told the mag. "I love being in a relationship a lot."

She also revealed in the same interview that she was thinking about having kids with her then-fiance. "My mother would love it if I was in L.A. with kids," Olsen mused. "I loved growing up in L.A., but I always think about places I've never been to before, like Oregon."