Will Arnett splits from girlfriend Arielle Vandenberg

Will Arnett is reportedly back on the market after splitting from Arielle Vandenberg. The Canadian actor and his actress girlfriend, who went public with their romance at Vanity Fair’s Golden Globes after party in January, are said to have parted ways amicably and plan to remain friends, according to Us Weekly.

The couple in happier times at a New York Rangers game in February. Photo: © Getty Images

The Arrested Development star has enjoyed a few short romances since splitting from wife Amy Poehler in 2012 but, unlike Amy, who found love again with actor-comedian Nick Kroll, he has yet to commit to anything more serious. The Blades of Glory co-stars were married for nine years and have two adorable sons together, Archibald, 6, and four-year-old Abel.

Amy and Will parted ways in 2012 following nine years of marriage. Photo: © Getty Images

"All people have been doing since the dawn of time is trying to figure out how to live this life and be happy. I'm no different. I've found my happiness — which is my kids," Will said shortly after his divorce.

Amy opened up about the painful split in her 2014 memoir Yes Please, saying that although, “getting divorce really sucks,” she is, “proud of how my ex-husband and I have been taking care of our children.” She also made note of how great a father Will is to her boys, sharing, “I am beyond grateful he is their father."

The Canadian actor and Megan Fox are hard at work on the action flick Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 in New York City. Photo: © Getty Images

For now, the Toronto-born actor is concentrating on work. He is currently filming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 alongside Megan Fox and fellow Canuck Stephen Amell, and later this year he will start production on the the 2017 follow up to The Lego MovieThe Lego Batman Movie.

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