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Anna Faris on Chris Pratt Cheating Rumors: “It Has Been Weirdly Stinging”

Anna Faris and Chris Pratt in 2015.BEI/Shutterstock

Now this would be one split we really couldn’t handle! Anna Faris told Us Weekly at the TCA Stars Party for CBS, Showtime, The CW, and CBS Television Distribution on Monday, Aug. 10, that reading false reports of Chris Pratt being unfaithful has been surprisingly “stinging.”

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“I had always kind of believed that part of the rumors of celebrity couples were sort of true because they had never been part of my life. I was like, ‘Oh, maybe there’s a kernel of truth to that.’ It’s been a little devastating because for us, it’s like, ‘What the heck?'” the Mom star, 38, said regarding reports her marriage to Pratt, 36, is on the rocks. “This has been blindsiding to us. We have an incredible relationship. It has been weirdly stinging.”

Pratt’s wife is referring to Star magazine’s report that she’s concerned her hunky Jurassic World hubby will cheat on her with his Passengers costar Jennifer Lawrence.

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“[That] stung a little bit harder than I thought it would,” Faris admitted.

But Faris knows her husband is committed to her and their 3-year-old son, Jack. “I am very lucky that I am with a man [who] values family,” she added of her love.

The House Bunny actress and Parks and Recreation star first met in 2007 after starring in Take Me Home Tonight. In 2009, they made it official and tied the knot.

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“These are the work years. The gravy years are to come,” Pratt explained to Entertainment Tonight in June of how he makes their marriage work given their busy schedules. “The way we work it out is we just take at least one moment every day to be present with one another. Whether or not we’re in the same room, or the same state, or even the same country, we check in, you know?”

“Were so lucky that we have the same sense of humor,” Faris added. “We dream about having a little bit of a farm one day.”

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