The actress, 45, appeared on Thursday’s episode of Chelsea Handler’s Dear Chelsea podcast and opened up about ending her first two marriages. Faris was married to Ben Indra from 2004 to 2008. and Chris Pratt – with whom she shares son Jack, 9 – from 2009 to 2018. Anna Faris thinks there is a “change” after a divorce.
Last July, she revealed
“I’m like a divorced veteran because I’ve been divorced twice,” Faris told Handler. “It hit hard the first time. I turned into someone I didn’t recognize. I was always the kind of person who filled up my fridge. And I hosted a lot of dinners. That was back when my friends Were.”
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Found me in this apartment with just beer and mustard in the fridge
After parting ways with Indra, “I found myself in this apartment with just beer and mustard in the fridge,” she said. “I was going out all the time. I didn’t have anyone to text or call and say. ‘Hey, can I do this?’ necessarily.”
The star said it was an “incredibly liberating” time. Which said she “returned” to her 17-year-old self. “I went to a bar, I was like, ‘Look how dangerous I am.’ ,
However, she said she was also “terrified”.
“I was scared I wasn’t a good boyfriend. Especially when I was younger, I was so self-conscious about my body. I didn’t want anyone to see it. But I used to dance to the sides of it. I Very much wanted to be desired.”
Regarding marriage, Faris said,
Of her marriage to Barrett, Faris said, “This time around, it’s easier for me to accept a lot of love. I still struggle with it but… when I was younger, if there was a lot of love.” – I must have subconsciously liked a chase… It sounds healthy, though, whatever. It looks like I might be loved.”
Anna Faris Is Unqualified Podcast
In May 2021, Faris reflected on his divorce via his Anna Faris Is Unqualified podcast, saying when they happened. Since then she sees them differently.
After a breakup, at some point, I would have realized
For me, I think after every breakup, at some point I realize that there were so many things. The ones I overlooked which I really shouldn’t have. “After all, it felt like my hand was forced. I don’t think it was ever an independent decision.”
Faris also spoke to a caller on the podcast. who told her about ending their engagement, to which Faris indicated that she felt she should have done the same.
a smart, strong, brave move
Faris recalled, “I really feel like calling off the engagement is a smarter, stronger, braver move than I ever did.” “Which was like. Okay, I guess everyone’s expecting it. So let’s go with it.”