Zoë Kravitz has filed for divorce from her husband of 18 months, Karl Glusman.
Representatives for the Big Little Lies actor confirmed the separation to People, the magazine reported over the weekend.
While no reason for the split has been made public, the magazine reports that court documents were filed by Kravitz two days before Christmas on December 23.
On New Year's Day, Kravitz shared a picture of the sky along with a caption suggesting an appreciation for the little things amid the sad news of her separation.
On Glusman's Instagram account, all photos of himself with his estranged wife have now been removed, and only two recent pictures taken over the last week remain at all.
The couple married at Kravitz's father, Lenny Kravitz, Parisian mansion in June 2019. The 32-year-old wore a custom-made Alexander Wang gown for the big day but her rehearsal dinner outfit the night before drew equally as much attention, when the YSL ambassador wore bridal white cycling shorts and a crochet vest. Both Kravitz and Glusman were also the perfect picture of chic newlyweds when they wore matching biker jackets at their reception too.
The nuptials were attended by an A-list guestlist comprising of Kravitz's famous family, her father, mother Lisa Bonet and stepfather Jason Momoa and friends, including the actor's Big Little Lies co-stars Reese Witherspoon, Shailene Woodley and Laura Dern.
The former couple first met in late 2016, with Glusman proposing two years later at home.
Last summer, Kravitz and Glusman - a fellow actor - celebrated their one year anniversary with Kravitz marking the occasion on her Instagram account with a loved up photo from their French wedding.
Speaking to ELLE for the 2020 May issue, Kravitz spoke about being a newlywed saying the commitment to one another felt 'safe' and explaining tht the couple were successfully managing their hectic and demanding work schedules, which often involved time away from each other, well.
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