Lauren Graham and Peter Krause have separated after greater than 10 years collectively.
The couple “quietly ended their relationship last year,” the “Gilmore Girls” alum’s rep confirmed to People Friday.
Graham, 55, and the previous “Six Feet Under” star, 56, met in 1995 whereas showing within the NBC sitcom “Caroline in the City” earlier than touchdown their signature roles.
“She had me move some furniture into her apartment for her back then,” Krause defined throughout a 2017 look on “Live with Kelly.” “I didn’t catch the signal.”
They additionally introduced collectively on the 2002 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
The longtime buddies, nevertheless, didn’t start relationship till they had been solid as siblings Sarah and Adam Braverman in “Parenthood” in 2010.
“One of the things that’s been so fun is that it’s so easy,” Graham stated of working together with her then-beau in a 2010 interview with Redbook. “It’s a lot, to work with somebody and spend time with them, too.”
She added of their romance, “Nobody knew about it for a while because we like to be at home, cooking and not going out. I’ve also been really protective of it because it’s important that you can buy us as brother and sister on the show.”
The actress regarded again on the early days of their relationship in a 2017 interview with Good Housekeeping, revealing, “We couldn’t cease speaking. Not about ourselves, however concerning the world and books and household.
“Once we got together, there was no game play[ing],” she defined. “It was like, ‘You like me, and I like you.’ It gave me an understanding of life: This is how things happen, and it’s completely random.”
The COVID-19 pandemic discovered the pair on completely different rhythms, as Graham returned residence after 5 months of working in Vancouver to Krause and his son Roman, who had applied a number of new protocols in her absence.
“I think the re-entry was more difficult,” she stated throughout an April 2021 look on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” “It was more like they were the married couple, and I was the person who … they were like, ‘We don’t do it that way anymore.’ They were like, ‘No, no, no, this is how things happen.’”