In increasingly uncertain times, there are few things consistent enough for us, the trembling public, in which to feel safe and secure. The list is short: the infallibility of Beyoncé, the ubiquity of the Kardashians, the tousled gorgeousness of Jon Snow's hair, and the enduring perfectness of Anna Faris and Chris Pratt's marriage.
Only not that last one anymore because life isn't fair, love isn't pure and WE'RE ALL GOING TO DIE.
On Sunday, after eight years of marriage, a joint statement popped up on Pratt's Facebook and Twitter:
It was immediately difficult, on hearing the news, not to think about this: