Pratt, Faris staying together even after split

Carla Harmon
August 11, 2017

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris recently announced their separation-a pretty huge shock for anyone following their extremely cute, and extremely public relationship.

The amusing woman, who is married to her equally hilarious husband, Dax Shepard, believes we should focus on the good times that formed the former couple's eight-year marriage. "So, I'm not fixin" them up - I would just be the counselor between them and go, "What really is the issue here?' Because she's living in the house. you just don't really say something when they're [still] living in the house [together]". "I'm upset about it", she told Entertainment Tonight when asked about their shocking and seemingly sudden breakup.

"I don't know what happened there, (Chris) is still living in the house". I don't know what happened there, (Chris) is still living in the house. "Let's pray it turns around". "But that doesn't discount the lovely years they had together, '" she said.


Our sources say there are other personal reasons for the split, but the way they see family in the long-term was a big factor in their decision. "If the person doesn't leave the house, there's a lot of hope there". Because they're not poor... There's a lot of best friend factor there. "They're very close", she added.

Despite being friends with the couple, Patti found out the news through the Scream star's Instagram post in which she confirmed the split, and said she was hesitant to reach out for fear of "bombarding" the stars.

Is there hope for Chris Pratt and Anna Faris to reconcile?


"You should say, 'Oh, they tried". "It's a little more nuanced I think than people want to acknowledge". "We may have to make different choices, those choices may make us sad for a while, but ultimately you have to make hard choices in life and I don't fault anybody for making them".

I mean, this makes sense-but it's easier said than done. The source also added that although they differed on growing their family, they are both determined to amicably co-parent their 4-year-old son, Jack.Our thoughts are with the family during this hard time of transition.


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