A lot has happened since Anna Faris and Chris Pratt filed for divorce in December 2017. For starters, they’ve both moved on with other people, but they still have lots of respect for one another. On Sunday, March 31, The Scary Movie alum, 42, made an appearance on divorce lawyer Laura Wasser’sDivorce Sucks!” podcast and discussed what her current relationship with her ex-husband, 39, is like. She totally proved there is such a thing as ex-couple goals!

“He really is such an amazing person,” Anna said about Guardians of the Galaxy star. “I’m really grateful that we’re so close. And that … I think that we both, I know that we both just want, the best … just happiness.” The former couple share a son together, 6-year-old Jack, and by the looks of it, they are able to successfully coparent.

In mid-January, Chris proposed to Katherine Schwarzenegger and revealed the happy news on Instagram. “Sweet Katherine, so happy you said yes!” he captioned a photo beside his soon-to-be wife. “I’m thrilled to be marrying you. Proud to live boldly in faith with you. Here we go!” Ana was quick to show her support for the engaged couple. “I’m so happy for you both!! Congratulations!” she commented.

Anna Faris comments on Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger engagement announcement

Soon after, Anna took to her podcast, “Anna Faris Is Unqualified,” to reveal Chris actually told her about the news before sharing it with the rest of the world. “Chris texted me this morning and he was like, you know, ‘I proposed to Katherine last night,’” she explained at the time. “I was like ‘Ah! That’s amazing.'”

While she’s happy to celebrate others who plan to marry, the House of Bunny actress confessed she struggles with the idea of marriage when Laura asked if we can expect any wedding bells to ring for her and her current beau, Michael Barrett.


“I will say, I believe in love and monogamy, and I believe in the commitment … with a relationship, but I do struggle, having gone through it a couple of times now, Laura, with the idea of our legal system,” she said. “I struggle with that on kind of feminist level, actually.” Hopefully, timing changes that!