Anna Faris Claims Co-Parenting With Former Husband Chris Pratt Works Great Since They're Both In 'Loving Relationships’

Anna Faris Claims Co-Parenting With Former Husband Chris Pratt Works Great Since They're Both In 'Loving Relationships’
Credit: Source: ew.com

Anna Faris and her ex husband Chris Pratt are apparently great co-parents now more than ever and the reason is apparently that both of them are in ‘loving relationships.’ In a brand new episode of her Unqualified podcast, the actress got candid about co-parenting her and Pratt’s six year old son with him.

The mother made it very clear that Jack’s happiness is the most important thing for her.

One caller was having trouble co-parenting and asked Faris for advice on the podcast.

That is when she revealed that ‘Chris and I work really hard [co-parenting] because we have Jack. That's sort of the long game idea and making sure that Jack is really happy, which makes us happy. We have kind of the luxury of circumstance. You know, we're both in other loving relationships, but it is like, in general, how do you not sink into a place of bitterness?’

As fans remember, the former Hollywood couple revealed they were separating back in the summer of 2017.

Finally, in October of last year, they finalized their divorce.

Ever since then, the woman has entered a romance with cinematographer Michael Barrett.

Meanwhile, Pratt has been dating Katherine Schwarzenegger.

While trying to help the caller with some pieces of advice, the star admitted that being the bigger person after a breakup is simply the worst!

‘I do want to reiterate though, that I f***ing acknowledge, we all do, everybody acknowledges, that there is bitterness and pain with all breakups and that makes us more human, hopefully. But the long game, and it’s the worst being the bigger person. It just is. It f***ing sucks! Until then, what [matters most] is that everyone is happy.’

Read more about

Advertisement

You may also like

LEAVE A REPLY

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *