After just 10 months of matrimony, Canadian actress Missy Peregrym and her husband, Zachary Levi, are calling it quits. The Rookie Blue star reportedly filed for divorce from the 34-year-old Thor actor last week, though sources say the split was amicable and that neither party is seeking spousal support.
According to the documents, Missy, 32, listed the date of their separation as Dec. 3, 2014 – less than six months after tying the knot in a secret ceremony in Maui, Hawaii.
CLICK ON THE IMAGE TO VIEW LARGERThe pair were last photographed together at the Toronto International Film Festival
Fans were surprised to learn about the quickie nuptials at the time, as most were not even aware that the couple had been dating again. They were together back in 2004, but no one knew that they had rekindled their romance in earnest until after they said their “I dos" in June 2014.
The newlyweds broke the news on Twitter after Missy posted a photo of the happy couple donning Mr. and Mrs. hoodies, joking that their so-called “coffee date” had been “unreal.”
A month after the ceremony, Zachary told E!: “It was nice to just kind of have our own little personal, very small wedding. There were a lot of friends and family that weren't even able to come, I felt bad about that. It¹s that one big day, but it was really beautiful, excellent and intimate.”
The on-again, off-again couple previously dated back in 2004
In September, the pair made a loved-up appearance at Hello! Canada’s annual Toronto International Film Festival party, held at the Ritz Carlton hotel. They attended several other fêtes on the festival circuit, but haven’t been photographed together since.
Last month, Zachary hinted at trouble in paradise while attending the A Night at Sardi's charity event in Beverly Hills.
"Nobody can prepare you for marriage,” he told reporters on the red carpet. "Marriage is a whole other animal!"
He added: "With dating you can be 'Hey, it's not working out,' and you're out. But marriage, you make a commitment. The easy outs you don't have anymore. You're responsible for another person's life as they are yours.”