After 18 years together, Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt have decided to call it quits.
The couple made it official with a statement issued to People magazine earlier today:
“With great sadness, we have decided to separate, after 18 years of love and shared history,” the statement reads. “We will continue to be supportive of each other in every way possible moving forward."
Rumors that Hamm and Westfeldt had secretly ended their relationship began to circulate early this year.
But despite reports that they'd gone their separate ways, Westfeldt was by Hamm's side at promotional events for the final season of Mad Men.
Back in March, Hamm completed rehab for alcohol addiction and thanked Westfeldt for supporting him throughout the long and difficult treatment process.
The couple did not provide a reason for the split, but insiders say it was a mutual and amicable decision.
Sources close to the couple say that there's no truth to the rumors of Hamm cheating with co-star Elisabeth Moss or Westfeldt becoming fed up with Hamm's drinking.
An actress and indie film director, Westfeldt has worked with Hamm on several projects, including 1997's Kissing Jessica Stein and 2011's Friends With Kids.
He has publicly credited her giving the support and confidence that he needed to continue to pursue acting in the years before he found success in the role of Don Draper.