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Anna Faris Oddly Graces ‘Live Happy’ Magazine Cover After Chris Pratt Split

Actress alludes to the Hollywood couple’s split in magazine dedicated to happiness

Just two days after Anna Faris and Chris Pratt announced their breakup, Live Happy magazine released their October issue — with Faris as the cover star.

Magazine covers are often shot weeks or even months in advance, but the timing for this release is ironic if nothing else, especially because the cover story mentions the “Mom” actress’ marriage to Pratt.

Faris does, however, allude to “heartbreak” in the issue when discussing her new memoir, “Unqualified,” out in October. Oh, another awkward detail: Pratt wrote the foreward to “Unqualified.”

“The goal [with the book] was to share my experience because it’s not that different from so many other people,” Faris told the magazine. “My hope is that people will walk away realizing that so many journeys are the same. My heartbreak is the same as someone else’s and if I have to be vulnerable for people to get that, that’s OK.”

The magazine describes itself as “serious about happiness,” and says that by “weaving the science of positive psychology through inspiring features, relatable stories, and sage advice, we help people discover their personal journey of happiness in life, at work and at home.” Doesn’t sound like the disappointment of a separation is in this mag’s wheelhouse.

The couple released a statement last Sunday that said they are both “really disappointed” in the split. “We still have love for each other, will always cherish our time together and continue to have the deepest respect for one another,” they said in a statement on Pratt’s Facebook, immediately sending the internet into a tailspin of despair.

Anna and I are sad to announce we are legally separating. We tried hard for a long time, and we’re really disappointed. …

Posted by Chris Pratt on Sunday, August 6, 2017

Faris currently stars on CBS’s “Mom,” as well as hosts her own podcast, “Anna Faris is Unqualified.”