Anna Faris admits that her competitiveness was part of the reason her Chris Pratt marriage failed
Anna Faris is a competitive person and while she would normally consider this to be one of her qualities, she admitted that it isn’t always the best for relationships! That being said, during a question-and-answer session with colleague Gwyneth Paltrow, Anna shared about their first two marriages and why they failed!
While on Gwyneth’s unqualified podcast, the two stars talked about their failed marriages, and Anna wasn’t afraid to admit that she might have been part of the guilt.
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As for her, “My other two marriages were to actors and I don’t think we did a great job eliminating competitiveness. At least it wasn’t me to be a proud person and not want to reveal this vulnerability. ‘
Before Anna got engaged to her current boyfriend, cameraman Michael Barrett, she was married to Ben Indra and Ben Indra Chris Pratt .
“Any indications of competitiveness or comparison, I didn’t do very well, I don’t think so. And I hope I grew out of it, ”she explained.
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Anna Faris started seeing Ben in 1989 after meeting on a movie set.
They married in June 2004, but not even three years after their marriage, she filed for divorce.
She then met Chris Pratt on the set of Take Me Home Tonight, very similarly, and they got engaged in June of the following year.
The wedding took place in 2009 and they welcomed a son named Jack in August 2012.
The split took place in August 2017 and it really shocked her fans as it really looked like things were going great.
Gwyneth, who was married to Chris Martin for about 13 years before his split, was also implicated in guilty of their own failed relationship.
“I picked men for a really long time and tried to find out with them that I had nothing to do with even trying to be in a romantic relationship. It was work that I had to do myself. In a divorce, I learned so much from something I least wanted in the world. ‘