After four years together and more than two years of marriage, Scarlett Johansson and Romain Dauriac have called it quits.
Reps for Johansson confirmed the separation to People magazine in a statement released today.
Though their divorce is not yet finalized, Johansson and Dauriac have reportedly been living in separate homes for the past several months, and sources neither party is holding out hope for a reconciliation.
Johansson and Dauriac married in a small private ceremony in 2014 and managed to keep the union a secret for several weeks.
Johansson had given birth to the couple's first and only child, Rose Dorothy, just a few months prior.
Insiders say the decision to separate was mutual and that Scarlett and Romain will remain friends and business partners.
The former couple co-founded a gourmet popcorn brand, and they will reportedly both remain active in its day-to-day operations.
Aside from their joint involvement in one of the most random celebrity business ventures of all time, little is known about Johansson and Dauriac's time together.
He's a French journalist; the two of them met two years after her divorce from Ryan Reynolds, and she says she fell for his intellect instantaneously.
Johansson has spoken at length about how much she enjoys the domestic life, but her comments usually take the form of praise for her daughter:
"When [Rose] came out of me I was so surprised," she recently told .
"I had a very strong picture in my mind of what my baby would look like, and, of course, she is completely different. Perfect, but not what I'd imagined."
Johansson and Dauriac were last photographed together in December, but it is believed they were already separated at that time.
Johansson appeared at the Women's March on Washington on Saturday, where she spoke of her experiences with Planned Parenthood, and appealed to President Trump.
Neither party has publicly confirmed the separation yet.
Insiders say they did have a pre-nup, and the split has been amicable thus far.
They've reportedly made co-parenting their top priority, and it is believed that they will evenly spkit physical custody of young Rose.
As for where the bi-coastal, bi-continental couple family will primarily reside, that's anyone's guess, and with Scarlett's preference for privacy, we'll probably never find out.
But hey, there are worse problems for a divorced couple then deciding which of your many mansions you'd like to call home base.
The actress has several movies currently in the works, including her long-awaited Black Widow movie for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
We'd say Rose in store for a pretty enviable childhood regardless of her parents' marital status.