Anna Faris says she works "real hard" to co-parent son Jack after separation from Chris Pratt
The actress revealed that co-parenting Jack with ex-husband Chris works now as they both are in "loving relationships and they don't sink into a place of bitterness"
Anna Faris has admitted that she works "really hard" along with ex-husband Chris Pratt in bringing up their son after their separation. The Hollywood duo called off their 8-year-old marriage in August 2017, and have joing custody of their 6-year-old son Jack. Anna opened up about co-parenting Jack with Chris on the episode of 'Unqualified' podcast titled 'Co-parenting and co-mingling.'
"Chris and I work really hard [to co-parent] because we have Jack. That is sort of the long game idea and making sure Jack is really happy, which makes us really happy," Faris said while replying to a caller, who was having difficulties co-parenting.
"We have sort of the luxury of circumstance. You know, we are both in other loving relationships, but it’s like, how do you not, in general, sink into a place of bitterness?"
Faris and Pratt announced their separation in August 2017 and went on their own ways in October of 2018. Since then Faris has been in a relationship with cinematographer Michael Barrett while Pratt has been dating American author Katherine Schwarzenegger.
Both of them have admitted that the breakup had been tough and it affected them.
"I do want to reiterate though, that I f**king acknowledge, we all do, everyone acknowledges, that there’s bitterness and pain with all breakups and that hopefully makes us more human," Anna added later when talking about relationships.
"But the long game, and it’s just the worst being the bigger person. It just is. It f**king sucks! Until then, what [matters most] is that everyone's happy.”
Anna also opened about thee ways to sustain the spice in any relationship.
"Sometimes I'll put on a short, black bob wig that I have and I play a different character because I am an actress," Faris revealed when replying to a caller who was considering a threesome.
"I like to play different characters sometimes in a [bedroom] situation. I like that it sort of satisfies my sensibilities of getting to be someone else and it is also, like, a turn on for a partner."