Alice Evans says her ongoing divorce from Ioan Gruffudd is having a huge impact on their children.
The “Originals” actress revealed earlier this month that Gruffudd had blinded her by filing for divorce after more than 13 years together. She has since spoken of the bad turns their divorce took after initially saying she was fighting for marriage for the sake of their two daughters, Ella, 11, and Elsie, 7.
Evans posted it again on Thursday in response to a writer who wrote Evans an open letter denouncing the star’s decision to speak out publicly because it’s something her daughters can see.
In response, Evans wrote a lengthy Instagram caption claiming his daughters “have no idea what’s in the press about their parents and probably never will.”
ALICE EVANS COMPARES IOAN GRUFFUDD’S DIVORCE PROCEDURES TO A ‘PHENOMENAL SCAM’
She then shared that her daughters “ARE upset”.
“That their father went out and abandoned them out of the blue. No explanation. Yes, that’s what they cry every day. Will their father ever come back to play in the pool or in the yard with them? ? Will they ever have a family again? ”Evans begins.
She continues, “I choose to share the details of my divorce because a) I am fortunate enough to have the gene that allows me not to worry about what people think of me and b) I realized that ‘There are thousands, if not millions of women going through the same thing, who during this never-ending pandemic believe they are completely alone. I want them to know they are not. “
ALICE EVANS, WIFE OF IOAN GRUFFUDD, REVEALS SHE IS IN ‘EXCURING PAIN’ AS A SEPARATE COUPLE
A few weeks ago, the actress recorded a video of herself talking about the current state of her relationship with the “Fantastic Four” actor.
“So I was served a divorce petition and it came out of nowhere… I won’t cry, but we’ve been together for 20 years and we have 2 amazing kids,” an emotional Evans begins the video. “I don’t know why, I don’t know why.”
She went on to explain how they are currently conducting divorce proceedings in conjunction with attorneys to try and work out key details about parenthood before bringing in the court.
“Collaborative Divorce, which falls somewhere between a really nice way to divorce and a phenomenal scam,” she explained. “Because in a way it’s like, ‘OK, let’s just listen to what you two want and we’re going to take it to court afterwards.’ And the other way around, it’s like… the acting people will know when an agent says, “We just can’t find the roles for you.” It’s kind of like, I wish my daughter would stay with me on Saturday night, ‘oh, that’s just not in our option. Not in our possibility. ‘ “
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She concluded her video by taking a hit on Gruffudd, blaming him for the whole situation.
“So my husband is telling me that he cannot … that what he says is the law, but we don’t have the law yet, the lawyers are not the law. The lawyers are here for f — the law. That’s what I’ve always said. Anyway, I might have some thoughts later, “she said before closing the video.
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Representatives for Gruffudd did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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