Where is Armie Hammer's ex Elizabeth Chambers? Between work, kids and limited social media, she's quietly busy
With everything that 2020 had in store for us, the one thing we hardly saw coming was Armie Hammer's ridiculous alter ego bust over alleged screenshots where he exhibits cannibalism and sexual violence kinks. It's been months since the rumors started making the rounds, and among the many women — both past flames and Tinder dates alike corroborating the story — the one person the world yearned to hear from was Elizabeth Chambers, the woman who had been married to Hammer for almost a decade.
Together, the ex-couple who split in October 2020, have two children, and a bond of 13 years, leaving Chambers with "no words" after the allegations against her ex sprung. And with her private social media account being inactive since she posted a lengthy statement surrounding Hammer's mind-boggling controversy, we often find ourselves wondering, where is she now?
Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers' relationship
Hammer, 34, and Chambers, 38, got married in 2010. Even before the outrageous allegations against the actor surfaced, they had already separated. Rumors claim the reason included alleged intimacy and romantic letters to the actor, signed by a certain Adeline. Others noted he had admitted to cheating on her, even though he wanted to work on their relationship.
However, as of February 28, 2021, Hammer has reportedly made a quiet exit from the estranged couple's marital home. The two lived in the house with their six-year-old daughter Harper, and four-year-old son Ford, but the fancy Hancock Park neighborhood home finally found a buyer for a whopping $5 million sale. The English Tudor home's price was slashed by $800K before the sale went through, but looks like Hammer didn't want any further media attention on his grand exit.
According to neighbors who spoke to Page Six, “Trucks and a gaggle of movers descended on the property, working well after midnight and lit only by flashlights." The sources added, "We like to keep drama to the minimum in the neighborhood, but it was already weird that the house sat on the market for months while other houses around here sold like hotcakes."
While anybody's guess is as good as ours, it looks like Chambers has been busy enough to keep her from social media, intentionally or otherwise.
In her final post made on Instagram about a month ago, Chamber had written how she will refrain from sharing anything further on the topic and focus on taking time to heal, to work, and to properly parent her two kids. Hammer, too, had mentioned how he needed to stay with his children in a statement rubbishing the allegations against him. He had said he was dropping out of the Jennifer Lopez romcom 'Shotgun Wedding' in the wake of the controversy but based on Chambers' Instagram post, she has been the primary parent to their kids.
It is worth noting that a statement of solidarity with Hammer's alleged victims isn't the only step she took to rid herself of all negativity. While she didn't post on Instagram after the lengthy address, she did return to the app's story feature in just a short week to offer what many think was an obvious shade to the big scandal of 2020. In a post shared through her Instagram stories, Chambers can be seen in her office, burning sage, while the caption for the photo read "How much sage is too much sage?"
Now anybody who's familiar with any bit of pop culture knows the many references to sage, which comes from indigenous practices where the herb has been used for centuries to cleanse and get rid of negative energy. So in case, you were wondering, Chambers has been busy doing exactly that: a social media cleanse that also pans on to the other not so flattering recent developments in her life.
One must not let that deceive them into thinking Chambers just restricts herself to being a good mother and cleansing. As the founder and CEO of the Texas-based Bird Bakery retail chain, Chambers has her hands full either way. The loveliest thing about her business has to be all the unsold items that are sent to several charitable initiatives, boxed and picked up by local non-profits, including churches, fire and police departments, the Fisher House Foundation, and the Polycystic Kidney Disease Foundation.
Some might even remember her from her stint in holiday cooking on TV shows that aired on The Cooking Channel, Today, and The Food Network. And before she became Mrs Armie Hammer, she had also worked with credited roles on films like 'The Game Plan' and TV series like 'Shark' and 'Criminal Minds'. In October 2020, shortly after announcing their split, Chambers also launched Vision Visors, which makes face masks for children.
Hammer, on the other hand, is reeling under the success of his recent release 'Crisis' that hit theatres on February 26 and will be available digitally from March 5. But clearly, he's not the only one staying busy.