Skylar Astin and Anna Camp Have Split After More Than Two Years of Marriage

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If you're a Pitch Perfect fan, please sit down. Are you sitting? Okay, great. Skylar Astin and Anna Camp have officially split (opens in new tab) after more than two years of marriage.

The couple confirmed the news to People in a joint statement (opens in new tab): "We can confirm that we have decided to separate, and this decision was made mutually and amicably. We kindly ask for privacy as we navigate this transition."

The relatively private Pitch Perfect co-stars started dating in June 2013 and got married in October 2016. Skylar has stopped wearing his ring and has been telling the news to his friends, according to People. Him and Anna have apparently unfollowed each other on social media too. Skylar's last pic on Instagram with her was taken at Pappy & Harriet's near Joshua Tree National Park (opens in new tab) in California, likely while listening to some music. (I can, indeed, confirm that Pappy & Harriet's has excellent live music.)

Don't get me wrong, we love love here at MarieClaire.com, but there is a positive to this news: Skylar Astin, my pseudo husband, is officially single, which simply means that dreams can come true. Also, really Skylar? Just in time for Passover? It's as if he's trying to please Jewish mothers everywhere.

Can we just...take a moment for this:

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Skylar, if you're reading this, this is your official invite to Passover at my place.

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