Scarlett Johansson, Romain Dauriac Divorce After 2 Years

Scarlett Johansson is going to be single again as she filed documents for divorce in a New York city court on March 7, citing an "irretrievably broken" relationship with Romain Dauriac.

This action came only a few weeks after news of their separation broke on People at the end of January, although sources said that the pair actually split up as early as the summer of 2016. The impending divorce also seems to be on the messy side as ScarJo is asking primary custody of their three-year-old daughter, Rose Dorothy. Romain, on the other hand wants joint custody of the child although he seems to have plans on moving back to France, his home country.

Harold Mayerson, Romain's lawyer told Page Six that he wants to move his daughter back to France, considering that ScarJo frequently travels. Case in point: the highest-grossing female actress is about to start a massive press tour for her new movie, "Ghost n the Shell," which comes out later this month. The highly anticipated movie and corresponding tour will mean that she will be on the road quite a bit over the coming weeks.

Despite the seemingly messy proceedings that will come with the expected custody battle over their daughter, Us Weekly reported that the pair appeared to be making an effort to maintain a relationship as they put up a united front during the recent "An Uncanny Likeness" exhibition reception at the NYC Simon Lee Gallery the same day their split made headlines.

ScarJo and Romain, a former journalist married in Montana in 2014 just after the birth of their daughter. They tied the knot in a small, intimate ceremony with selected friends and family. This is the actress's second marriage, and consequently, divorce. She was previously married to "Deadpool" actor, Ryan Reynolds, who is now half of the adorable Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively tandem - blissfully happy with two young daughters.

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