This is the real reason behind Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' split


This is the real reason behind Chris Pratt and Anna Faris' split

As we all hold hands and pray for the future of love in Hollywood following the announcement of Anna Faris and Chris Pratt's split after eight years of marriage, it's with open arms we welcome the cute information brought forth in Faris's memoir, Unqualified.

In a joint statement to U.S. showbiz programme Entertainment Tonight, they said: "With tremendous love and respect for each other, and the 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made the decision to separate".

"We tried hard for a long time, and we're really disappointed", Pratt wrote in a post on Facebook on Sunday. They share a 5-year-old son, Jack. We never anxious about Chris Pratt and Anna Faris because not only did they seem deeply in love but they also looked like they actually liked each other. According to sources, Anna Faris wants to have a family that is together all the time and, also more kids.

When it came to Pratt, however, Faris gushed about the "Guardians of the Galaxy" star. Chris loves to work in the garage and I love to do laundry and watch reality television.

"I can't believe Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are splitting up this is all Jennifer Lawrence's fault", one user tweeted. Let us know in the comments section.

Sure, we adored Anna Faris and Chris Pratt from afar, just like we worshipped Brad and Ange.

Apparently, the couple ended things because they each had very different views on what family should be. "(Power and terror are acceptable in a partner but absolutely necessary in a mother, as far as I'm concerned.) And she does mother very well, both our son, Jack, and me, when needed". The actress has been crying ever since the split was made public and she has been depending on her family for support. I'll help you pack. Even though the rumors aren't true, Anna admitted that they put a strain on their marriage back in December.

The Pratt-Faris now ex-couple has already filed for divorce and they will try to keep everything private and safe for the sake of their child. "With that being said, I do feel like when I get upset, which is rare as my husband and family would say, I have a hard time letting go".



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