Anna Faris looked back on her marriage with Chris Pratt and opened up about their relationship issues, which she had never revealed before.
It was only last month that the 44-year-old star had revealed to Gwyneth Paltrow on the “Anna Faris Is Unqualified” podcast about how she had ignored the issue of “competitiveness” in both of her previous marriages.
Now, a month later, Anna Faris has again delved into her past marriage with Chris Pratt on yesterday’s episode of her podcast. She told her guest star Rachel Bilson about some of her own faults of being shy from opening up about marriage issues.
“I think it stunted me in a lot of ways,” she revealed. “One of them being that I never talked about any issues, so to the people, even who I was closest to, I’m sure things were more transparent with my relationship with Ben Indra, but with Chris, I think that we both protected that imagery even within our close circles.”
“For me, I think after every breakup, at some point I realize that there were a lot of things I ignored that I really shouldn’t have,” the “Mom” star, Anna Faris explained to Rachel Bilson.
Anna Faris then went on to say that she feels that she did not have much freedom when the time came for her and Chris Pratt to split up in 2017.
“In hindsight, it felt like my hand was forced. I don’t think it was ever an independent decision,” added Anna.
Anna Faris and Chris Pratt had first met on the set of the flick “Take Me Home Tonight” back in 2007. Two years after that, the two got married and stayed together for seven years before divorcing each other. Both also co-parent their 8-year-old son, Jack Pratt.
Anna Faris also talked about her issue of not being patient enough with a relationship, as she had married Chris Pratt a year after separating with her first partner, Ben Indra.
Her response came to a question, which was asked by fan caller, who had asked about pulling the plug on engagement. Anna had replied that, “I really feel like calling off an engagement is a smarter, stronger, braver move than what I did.”