"Honey — you can't just send me a photo like this and not expect me to tweet it," Anna tweeted before announcing their separation alongside a pic that shows Chris flexing while simultaneously showing off his washboards abs. Many fans believe that it was Chris' transformation from "chubby" Andy in Parks and Recreation to full-blown superhero that led to the couple's demise.
— Anna Faris (@AnnaKFaris) June 20, 2017
“I take pride in how great my relationship is with Chris, but having said that, of course, in this crazy world where he’s off doing movies and I’m in L.A. raising our child, of course, I’m going to feel vulnerable," she said on her podcast. "It made me feel incredibly insecure."
But is Chris' weight loss and newfound fame really to blame? Here is everything you need to know about Chris' transformation:
Chris Pratt workout plan is not for the faint of heart.
He admitted to spending four hours in the gym to slim down — but revealed it's not a habit he has maintained. “It’s something that I think I can maintain because now I don’t spend four hours in the gym each day,” he told People magazine. “I do maybe one hour in the gym maybe four days a week, and that’s it.”
Chris in 2013 vs. 2017.
How much does Chris Pratt weigh?
The actor lost 60 pounds to prepare for the action-packed role — putting his weight somewhere around 220 after he revealed he once weighed 280 pounds.
Chris Pratt's diet secrets revealed:
Chris teamed up with nutritionist Phil Goglia, who hiked his calorie intake to 4,000 calories a day and encouraging a lot of water intake. “I actually lost weight by eating more food, but eating the right food, eating healthy foods and so when I was done with the movie my body hadn’t been in starvation mode,” he added. “It wasn’t like I was triggered to just gorge myself and get really fat again.”
He also shared another diet tidbit on Instagram. "Six months no beer."
Chris Pratt admits going shirtless has paid off!
Despite the transformation, we're just glad he hasn't lost his sense of humor. "I would say that objectification is good for me because when I turned my body into an object that people liked, I got paid a lot of money,” Chris said of his new body. “My kids can go to college because I’m an object.”