Ana De Armas is currently making waves for her portrayal of Marilyn Monroe in the movie, Blonde, but behind the scenes, her real life is intriguing too.
The actress was married for two years to fellow Spanish actor and model, Marc Clotet, several years before she began dating Ben Affleck.
Ana and Marc looked picture perfect as they walked down the aisle in an intimate ceremony in Costa Brava.
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The pair's love didn't last though, and they were only married for two years from 2011-2013 before they divorced.
At the time, Marc insisted it was amicable and confirmed their split to Diez Minutos while attending the 2013 Goya Awards. During the interview, the star added: "We are still friends," and are believed to still be.
Marc has a celebrated acting career and became a household name for his appearances in numerous soap operas in his home country before making the transition to film.
Ana and Marc were married for two years
He also starred in the Netflix series, Hockey Games, and was delighted to make the move to US productions.
Ana went on to date Ben - who is now married to Jennifer Lopez - in 2020, while Marc has two children with his partner, Natalie Sanchez.
The Knives Out star recently opened up about her ill-fated romance with Ben when she said the "dangerous attention" became too much for her.
Ana said the attention her romance with Ben Affleck drew was too much
Ana left Los Angeles and said she's much happier with a life further away from the spotlight, outside of work.
"It became a little bit too much," she told Elle. "There’s no escape. There’s no way out. That’s one of the reasons why I left L.A. It’s always the feeling of something that you don’t have, something missing. It’s a city that keeps you anxious."
Ana is receiving rave reviews for Blonde and recently opened up with Today Show's Willie Geist, and looked back on the first time that she transformed herself into Marilyn, and how emotional it made her.
"I don't even know how to describe it," she said. "It was like… everyone in the room started crying, I can tell you that."
Speaking of how draining the filming process often was, she said: "I was her for nine weeks. And I can tell you, it was exhausting. I just cannot imagine what it was like to be her for 36 years."
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