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'This Is Us' Star Justin Hartley's Estranged Wife Disputes Date Of Separation By 5 Months

By Whitney Vasquez

"This Is Us" star Justin Hartley has a mess on his hands because his estranged wife, Chrishell Stause, is disputing their date of separation by months and a source claims she's "still reeling" from his sudden divorce filing. The "Selling Sunset" star has responded to their divorce and listed their date of separation as November 22, 2019, the same day the actor went to court and abruptly filed. As The Blast reported, Hartley claims the date of separation was 5 months prior and has it listed as July 8, 2019.

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It's interesting the "This Is Us" star listed the date over summer since he and Chrishell have been spotted at multiple locations together, including a Golden Globes 2020 Ambassador event on November 14, 2019. Chrishell, who is also known for her work on "Days of Our Lives" and "All My Children," even shared several photos cozying up to Justin Hartley at the event where they posed alongside his co-star Chris Sullivan. "Amazing time with this group last night at the @hollywoodreporter @moetchandon Golden Globe party!" she captioned the shots before teasing, "And swipe to see me & @justinhartley awkward prom photo! HA 😆🤣😆🤣💗." There has also been several other occasions where they posed together like the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic in October and a friend's birthday on November 10.

She's Not Alone:


As The Blast reported, Chrishell Stause recently broke her silence following the split after just two years of marriage. Sharing a quote written by author Nishan Panwar, the 38-year-old soap opera actress's Instagram message read, “It’s hard to watch people change right in front of you. But it’s even harder remembering who they used to be." While she doesn't address Justin Hartley by name, it's a strange coincidence considering he recently filed for divorce. Following her post, support came flowing in from fans and her A-list friends. Her former "One Life To Live" co-star Brittany Underwood responded, "Sending you lots of love girl ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️," while fellow "Young and the Restless" actress Tracey Bregman wrote, “Sending love to you." Fans immediately took her side. "❤️❤️love from your home state, Kentucky. Stay strong and take care of yourself," one person added. "You will get through this, his loss and his mistake. So very sorry you are going through this during the holidays," stated another.

What Happened?


According to People, Justin Hartley's estranged wife is "still reeling" from their sudden split. “Yes, they’d had some problems, but she certainly never thought he would just go and suddenly file for divorce, and not even try to save things,” a source told the outlet. “He’s reached a new level of fame thanks to the show and he doesn’t want to close many doors right now, and that’s not necessarily the path Chrishell is looking to take. She thought babies would happen soon after they got married, but it just hasn’t worked out.” Their insider also says the "This Is Us" star's abrupt filing makes Chrishell think “Justin never took their marriage seriously at all" since he's already been divorced once before.

“Justin has already been married, and divorced, once before. But Chrishell had been in other serious relationships in the past, like with Matthew Morrison, and didn’t take them further because she was always adamant that when she got married, it would be forever — she was only going to do this once. It’s partly why she and Justin waited so long to get married: she wanted to be sure that when they said their vows, they meant them. And she did — she would have stayed forever,” the source added. The duo wed in 2017 during a rustic ceremony in Malibu. Prior to their marriage, Justin Hartley said "I do" to soap star Lindsay Korman, who he shares a 15-year-old daughter with.

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