Evan Rachel Wood and Jamie Bell have split up after two years of marriage.
A spokesperson for the couple confirmed their relationship has ended, saying to Us magazine: "They love each other so much but it just wasn't right.
"They love and respect each other and of course remain committed to co-parenting their son. This is a mutual decision and the two remain close friends."
Wood and Bell first started dating after meeting at Sundance Film Festival in 2005 and soon after filmed the video for Green Day's protest song 'Wake Me Up When September Ends' together.
Despite getting tattoos of each other's initials, they split up the following year and Wood went on to get engaged to musician Marilyn Manson.
However, after this relationship ended, the actress reunited with Bell and the couple married in a small ceremony in 2012.
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Both Bell and Wood have been incredibly tight-lipped about their family life, to the extent that the former refuses to speak about his wife during interviews and the pair have never revealed their son's name.
Since announcing their split, Wood announced on Twitter she was "taking a break" from the social network while Bell has deactivated his account.
The young couple are one of Hollywood's most successful with the former starring in hit vampire show True Blood and critically acclaimed political thriller The Ides of March.
Meanwhile, the latter - who made his name in British film Billy Elliot, has worked on production such as Lars von Trier's controversial Nyphomaniac and has a lead role in next year's remake of The Fantastic Four.
Watch the Green Day video filmed soon after they first met below...