Scarlett Johansson has reportedly spit from her husband Romain Dauriac
The Hollywood actress emerged without her wedding ring in New York City on Wednesday morning and now it has been reported that the couple have been separated since last summer.
“I’ve been expecting this for some time," a source told People magazine.
"Romain and Scarlett has never made sense to me. They aren’t equals. There’s always been something wrong with this picture.”
The last time the pair had been pictured together was back in October at the opening of their gourmet popcorn store in Paris called Yummy Pop.
The couple were last seen in public last October in Paris
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The pair have been married for two years and have a two-year-old daughter together
The ‘He’s Just Not That Into You’ actress began dating Frenchman Romain in 2012 and they later got engaged in 2012.
Scarlett gave birth to their daughter Rose in 2014 shortly before getting married in secret at The Ranch At Rock Creek in Philipsburg, Montana in October.
The star was previously married to Deadpool actor Ryan Reynolds from 2008 until 2011, who is now married to Blake Lively and they have two children together.
The 32-year-old's love life has always been in the public-eye and she has previously dated other celebrities including Jack Antonoff, Josh Hartnett and Sean Penn.
Scarlett spoke out at the Women's March last weekend
Scarlett had recently spoken out against President Donald Trump as she gave an impassioned speech at the Women's March in Washington.
She directed her words to the US President: "I didn't vote for you but I want to be able to support you. But first I ask that you support me.
"Support my sister, support my mother, support my best friend and all of our girlfriends. Support the men and women here today that are anxiously awaiting to see how your next moves may drastically affect their lives."
Many celebrities around the world such as Miley Cyrus and Chelsea Handler went to the march to share their opinion of Trump's presidency, including Madonna who said she had “thought about blowing up the White House”.