Jason Momoa, the star of Aquaman, and Lisa Bonet announce their separation after 16 years of marriag
We liberate one another to be the people we are developing into. read the declaration
Jason Momoa, the star of the movie Aquaman, and his wife Lisa Bonet announced their separation on Thursday in a joint statement. The pair first met in 2005, and after several years of dating, they were wed in October 2017. "We have all felt the pinch and changes of these transitional times," the statement added. Our family is experiencing and adapting to the seismic adjustments taking place as a result of the revolution that is currently in progress. We, therefore, inform our families that our marriage is ending. "We disclose this not because we believe it's noteworthy but so that as we go about living our lives we may do it with dignity and honesty," the couple stated in a statement explaining their decision to make the announcement public. I love it between us continues, developing the way it wants to be understood and lived. We liberate one another to be who we are developing into.
The couple further stated that they would remain Lola and Nakoa-devoted Wolf's parents. Lola, the couple's first child, was born in July 2007, and Nakoa-Wolf, their second child, was born in December 2008. The declaration said, "Our unshakeable commitment to our kids' precious lives. demonstrating to our kids what is possible. praying while living. May J and L find love."
In 2005, Jason Momoa and Lisa Bonet began dating after being matched up by friends at a jazz club. Jason Momoa described his first date with Lisa Bonet when making an appearance on The Late Late Show with James Corden. He remarked, "We just happened to be in the right location at the right time."
Zoe Kravitz, 33, whom Lisa Bonet had with her ex-husband Lenny Kravitz, is also a mother.
Jason Momoa is most known for his role as Aquaman, the title character and superhero of the DC Film Universe. In Game of Thrones, he played the role of Khal Drogo as well. He last appeared with Timothee Chalamet in Dune. The James Wan-directed film Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom will feature him next.