Rachael Harris 'files for divorce'

'The Hangover' actress Rachael Harris has filed for divorce from Christian Hebel after four years of marriage.

Rachael Harris 'files for divorce'

Rachael Harris has filed for divorce from Christian Hebel.

The 'Hangover' actress - who played Ed Helms' character Stu Price's wife in the 2009 comedy film - filed documents on Wednesday (21.08.19) to terminate the pair's union after four years of marriage.

According to TMZ, it's not known why the 51-year-old actress and the 43-year-old violinist - who have two kids, Henry, three, and 11-month-old Otto - have gone their separate ways.

The pair married in May 2015 at a private ceremony in New York City attended by the likes of Neil Patrick Harris and Kelly Ripa.

Christian wrote on Twitter at the time: "So...this happened last week. Extremely excited (sic)"

He asked Rachael to marry him when the couple were in Capri, Italy, and she wrote a gushing post about the musician on their first wedding anniversary.

She wrote on Instagram: "You are an ocean of love and consistency in my life and I am blessed beyond to have you as a partner in life."

The pair welcomed their second child together, Otto, on August 25th 2018.

Rachael's rep said at the time: "He joins big brother Henry Hebel in his attempt to expand his parents' hearts more than they thought humanly possible."

The actress - who is best known for appearing as Dr. Linda Martin on 'Lucifer' - was previously married to Adam Paul from 2003 to 2008.

She also starred as Sheila Sazs in 'Suits' for three years, and has appeared in several movies, including 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid', 'Daddy Day Care' and 'Best in Show'.

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