The Runaway Bride's fiancé is running away — from her.

Jennifer Wilbanks, 33, made headlines when she faked her own kidnapping and disappeared the day she was supposed to get married in Duluth, Ga.

John Mason, 33, the jilted groom, amazingly took her back when she turned up three days later.

Now Mason is breaking up with Wilbanks, People magazine reported online yesterday.

Click here to read the People magazine story.

The two were living together in an Atlanta suburb, had just moved into a large new home and were reportedly talking about giving the wedding another shot.

But earlier this month, Mason's friends and family said he nixed the idea of any nuptials — and they believe the break is for good this time.

"I think John realized there were some fundamental differences in their personalities that he wasn't going to be able to deal with," a friend said.

The Runaway Bride hasn't yet accepted that karma has caught up with her.

"I'm not confirming or denying the breakup," she told People earlier in the week.

Wilbanks is still on probation for making false statements to police, but has completed 120 hours of community service, picking up trash, cleaning state cars, cutting grass and doing office work.

She's almost finished repaying nearly $15,000 to cover the cost of the police search for her.

But she tells People that apart from her runway groom, "Things are great!"

Wilbanks skipped out on Mason and 600 wedding guests on April 22, 2005, and headed 40 miles north of Atlanta to Dacula, Ga. (where an autographed picture of her adorns a pizzeria). She flew to Las Vegas and finally ended up in Albuquerque, N.M.

After running out of cash, she called 911 and told cops she had been kidnapped by a couple who sexually assaulted her.

A few questions later and police realized she'd fabricated the story.