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The Most Amicable Celeb Breakups


  • Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes 1 of 10
    Kate Winslet and Sam Mendes
    Though this couple has parted ways, they’ve joined forces for the school run.
    Read the latest on Kate Winslet
  • Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson 2 of 10
    Kate Hudson and Chris Robinson
    Even though both have moved past their romantic relationship (Chris has a baby with his girlfriend, while Kate has one on the way with Matt Bellamy) the two seem like a perfect platonic pair.
    Read the latest on Kate Hudson
  • Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz 3 of 10
    Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz
    Sure, the tabloids have accused Ashlee of being a part-time party girl/part-time mom and Pete of being an MIA, touring distant dad. Yet recent snaps have shown these young exes keeping things super civil, even having a quiet lunch with son Bronx Mowgli on Valentine’s Day. There were no flowers or flirting — just some calm, cooperative co-parenting.
    Read the latest on Ashlee Simpson
  • Cynthia Nixon and Danny Mozes 4 of 10
    Cynthia Nixon and Danny Mozes
    The Sex in the City star has two kids with ex-husband Danny Mozes and she and her partner Christine just welcomed little son, Max. But she’s still on good terms with her ex, stating “My kids have four parents.” Sounds like a solid strategy to us.
    Read the latest on Cynthia Nixon
  • Courtney Cox and David Arquette 5 of 10
    Courtney Cox and David Arquette
    The Cougar Town star seems more set on protecting her daughter and showing her faith in estranged husband David Arquette than airing their separation details a la most Hollywood couples. She has only spoken out to express her support in his rehabilitation efforts.
    Read the latest on Courtney Cox
  • Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins 6 of 10
    Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins
    These parents of two separated after 23 years and we heard it was because — what? Oh, that’s right — neither said a darn word. This is a great example of a public breakup dealt with privately.
    Get the latest on Susan Sarandon
  • Demi Moore and Bruce Willis 7 of 10
    Demi Moore and Bruce Willis
    These two started the trend of divorced dads and moms coming together to co-parent (along with respective second spouses Ashton Kutcher and Emma Hemming). With Ashton in the mix, we secretly wish to be adopted into the mega-watt Moore-Willis-Kutcher-Hemming family.
    Read the latest on Demi Moore
  • Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe 8 of 10
    Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillipe
    We watched the transformation of this pair from young exes to mature and supportive co-parents to Ava and Deacon. As Ryan recently told Ellen Degeneres: "Things are great...It is so important as divorced parents to keep that connection. It makes the kids feel better that the parents are interacting...We go to all the school events together, and we're there for each other."
    Read the latest on Reese Witherspoon
  • Bridget Moynahan and Tom Brady 9 of 10
    Bridget Moynahan and Tom Brady
    Their co-parenting to son Benjamin got off to an inauspicious start when Brady broke up with a pregnant Moynahan and immediately started dating now-wife Gisele Bundchen. But recently, Moynahan told More magazine: “My son has two loving parents and an extended family, whether it’s cousins or stepmothers or boyfriends. My son is surrounded by love.” And what could be broken about that?
    Get the latest on Bridget Moynahan
  • Rosie ODonnell and Kelli Carpenter 10 of 10
    Rosie ODonnell and Kelli Carpenter
    After five years of marriage, longtime partners and parents of 4 Rosie and Kelli officially announced their separation. Rosie told the press: "We're a family, we remain a family. Those are the only words I am ever going to say."
    Read the latest on Rosie O’Donnell

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