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Anna Faris: ‘Marriage is a different kind of weird now’

Published 25/01/2016

Anna Faris
Anna Faris

Anna Faris enjoys the simple times with husband Chris Pratt because their life together has become a lot crazier over the years.

Actress Anna Faris and her husband Chris Pratt find going out together “surreal” since his movie career has taken off.

The couple has been married for six years but since starring in blockbuster movies including Jurassic World and Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris’ new A-lister status has changed the way they live their lives.

“Now that Chris is, like, a crazy huge movie star, going out is just a whole different thing,” she confessed to Us Weekly. “It’s just a whole different weird. We look at each other sometimes and we’re like, ‘Oh, my God.' Because it just feels very surreal sometimes since we both grew up in Washington state. We just are sort of cherishing these times."

While Chris and Anna are making more red carpet appearances than ever before, it is even more important to them to enjoy some downtime together whenever possible. They both love to partake in low-key activities at home with their three-year-old son Jack.

"We love to go hiking,” she smiled. “Chris will carry Jack on this amazing hiker backpack thing that’s pretty awesome. We love to just do normal things, go to the aquarium. Go to the zoo. But mostly we just really cherish our time at home because lately it’s been tricky. Chris has been shooting away in Atlanta and I’ve been shooting in L.A.

"We spend a lot of time at home building fires and just cooking and just being together. Just enjoying the simple times too.”

Anna, 39, tied the knot with Chris, 36, in July 2009 in an intimate ceremony in Bali, Indonesia after becoming engaged the previous year.

The couple originally met on the set of movie Take Me Home Tonight.

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