This is the strange rule Chris Pratt and Anna Faris have to follow according to their divorce settlement

Wait, what?

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Wait, what?

Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their separation last year, insisting they had nothing but love for each other and their five-year-old son, Jack, but breaking the hearts of fans across the world.

While Anna Faris opened up about the separation at the time, getting real about her heartbreak, Chris remained tight-lipped on the subject, only addressing the pains of his split later during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.

Divorce sucks,’ the 38-year-old actor explained. ‘But at the end of the day, we’ve got a great kid who’s got two parents who love him very much. And we’re finding a way to navigate this while still remaining friends and still being kind to one another.’

He continued: ‘It’s not ideal, but yeah, I think both of us are actually probably doing better.’

‘We’ll always have each other and be incredibly friends,’ Anna explained in an interview last year. ‘There is still so much laughter in our lives together, and he is proud of me, still. We watched each other grow and he still cracks me up all the time. And I think I crack him up – unless he’s a really good actor and great at faking laughter.’


Well, it's a good thing that they're good friends because according to the terms of the divorce settlement, Chris Pratt and Anna Faris are required to live in close proximity to each other, for their son.

In fact, the former couple have apparently agreed to live within five miles of each other for the next five years.

Move over Chris and Gwyneth, these two are taking co-parenting to a whole new level.

Jenny Proudfoot
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