The unexpected separation of divorce of Chris Pratt and Anna Faris, who announced their split in August 2017, was a blow to fans who saw these two as #couplegoals. Two years later, the once happy couple seems to have moved on as Pratt is engaged to marry Katherine Schwarzenegger, an author and the eldest child of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver.
Now, Pratt and Schwarzenegger are moving to a home in the Hollywood Hills, near Anna Faris. The move is not meant to rub salt in the actress’ wounds, rather the former couple has a clause in their divorce settlement that requires that they live within five miles of each other until their son Jack, 6, finishes the sixth grade. Pratt and Faris, who share parenting duties hope to give their son some stability until he becomes more independent.
But Pratt and Faris not only work together as parents, but they also help each other out as friends. Before proposing to Schwarzenegger, the Guardians of the Galaxy star reached to his ex for her blessing.
Anna, who is currently dating cinematographer Michael Barrett, gave her blessing as well as a shout out on her podcast where she volunteered to officiate the wedding. The two actors seem to be setting a new standard for divorced couples. The pair has even gone on double dates with each other and their respective partners.
As for the wedding, Pratt and Schwarzenegger are reportedly " looking at summer wedding dates." Despite living in California, it is rumored that the two will tie the knot on Martha's Vineyard where the bride-to-be spent many summers growing up.
Let’s not forget that Schwarzenegger’s grandmother was Eunice Kennedy Shriver, a sister of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Ted Kennedy, therefore, the family has deep ties to the island, which is directly across from Hyannis Port, where the famed Kennedy Compound is located. Martha’s Vineyard was also sadly where Ted Kennedy suffered a car accident that resulted in the death of his 28-year-old passenger Mary Jo Kopechne, and where John F. Kennedy Jr. was en route to when his plane crashed, killing Kennedy, his wife Carolyn and her sister Lauren Bessette.