Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt splitting up after 18 years

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Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt end 18-year relationship ‘with great sadness’.

“With great sadness, we have decided to separate, after 18 years of love and shared history,” Hamm and Westfeldt said. “We will continue to be supportive of each other in every way possible moving forward.” Earlier this year, after Hamm completed a 30-day stint in rehab for alcohol abuse, the couple denied rumors that their relationship was ending. “The story that appeared in this week’s edition of In Touch magazine is not true,” a representative for the couple told PEOPLE at the time, after In Touch reported that Hamm and Westfeldt had split. “The only gentleman Jennifer visited regularly in Connecticut was Jon, while he was in rehab.

They continue to ask for the public’s understanding and sensitivity during this challenging time.” Hamm shot to fame playing Don Draper on Mad Men, but one of his early film roles was opposite Westfeldt in 2000’s Kissing Jessica Stein, which the 45-year-old actress also co-wrote. Hamm, 44, also appeared with Westfeldt in 2006’s Ira & Abby, written by Westfeldt, and 2011’s Friends with Kids, Westfeldt’s directorial debut. “There’s another person who’s actually sitting in the audience who basically told me when I wasn’t working that I was still talented,” Hamm said of Westfeldt at the PEOPLE Magazine Awards last year. “And she’s stuck with me for the last 16 years, even if the talent question remains up for grabs.” While no more details have been given on their break-up, a source has suggested to Us Weekly that they may have parted ways due to persistent fighting. The first was filmed against the Sydney skyline and features model/actors Thomas Cocquerel, who will appear alongside Anna Kendrick in Table 19, and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend star Natasha Liu Bordizzo. Famed Victoria’s Secret photographer Russell James is also rumoured to have been involved in Bingle’s modelling comeback. “Lara is looking the best she’s ever looked.

She’s just got these Marilyn Monroe features on screen, I keep telling her to try acting but she just laughs,” Otto told The Sun Herald. “Like the Sydney one, we shot some of it on a rooftop in New York, we cranked the music and she was dancing around having a ball.” “It was so great to see her and work with her again. Especially now she’s a mum, we’re the same age so I’m like ‘wow’, she says it’s the hardest thing she’s ever done but she’s doing really well.” It’s no secret Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is a sucker for an Armani blazer and brooch ensemble, but when she’s out in the field, like she was this week encouraging big business to bankroll foreign aid, she dons Australian designs. Speaking exclusively to The Sun-Herald ahead of his Australian visit this week, the Virgin tycoon was practically giddy when pressed about the newest additions to his family. “Fatherhood comes with so many rewards, but the best thing about being a dad is watching your children grow into capable and independent adults,” he said. “This year has been extra special, as both my children, Holly and Sam, have had children of their own. It’s perhaps rather serendipitous then that in the coming weeks Hollywood will be focused on the illness thanks to the release of Toni Collette’s new film, Miss You Already. Meanwhile, Margie Abbott will make a rare public appearance this week all in the name of women’s cancer prevention for the launch of Pink Hope’s second annual Bright Pink Lipstick Day.

Model Jess Hart has once again created a bespoke pink lipstick for the social media movement which encourages women to talk about their family health history. While all the usual international suspects will be showing their spring-summer 2016 collections all over the Big Apple starting this week, a strong contingent of Aussie talent will be storming the official schedule, including Rebecca Vallance. Her collection, Pop Noir, will be shown to key buyers, celebrities and media just after she takes her first international sales meeting with Barneys – more commonly known as Fashion Nirvana. Rachel Zoe, super stylist and sunglasses aficionado, once said, “Sunglasses are the ultimate do not disturb sign” which is why Kiwi designer Karen Walker’s range is a cult favourite for the celebrity types like Beyonce, Lena Dunham and Rihanna.

He is renowned for his intimate yet playful portraiture and has previously shot his longtime love Lorde for a spread in music publication NME and for fashion house Chloe. The streets were alive with the sound of cash registers and “can I get a selfie?” on Thursday for Vogue Fashion’s Night Out, with fashion editors, celebrities and those who treat shopping as cardio flooding the CBD for the sixth annual shopping festival. JT One is the department store’s new lingerie and loungewear range from South Africa which boasts more bright colours and loud leopard prints than The Real Housewives of Melbourne.

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