Lauren Graham and Peter Krause have split up! The Parenting co-stars called it quits last year

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End of the road: Parenting stars Peter Krause and Lauren Graham have pulled the curtain on their decade-plus romance;  pictured at the 2020 Golden Globes

Lauren Graham and Peter Krause have split up! The Parenthood actress reveals that she and her co-star ended their romance LAST YEAR after a decade together

  • Parenting stars Peter Krause and Lauren Graham ended their relationship
  • The brunette beauty told People they quietly split a year ago
  • Lauren, 55, and Peter, 56, played a brother and sister on the show

Parenthood stars Peter Krause and Lauren Graham have pulled the curtain on their decade-plus romance.

Lauren, 55, and Peter, 56, played a brother and sister on the show from 2010 to 2015 and became a real-life couple in the show’s first year.

However, a rep for Lauren has now told People that they “quietly ended their relationship last year.”

End of the road: Parenting stars Peter Krause and Lauren Graham have pulled the curtain on their decade-plus romance; pictured at the 2020 Golden Globes

Although the duo never had children together, Peter has a 20-year-old son named Roman with his ex-girlfriend Christine King.

Peter and Lauren met in 1995 while they both played recurring roles on the sitcom Caroline In The City.

Between then and Parenthood, Lauren became a minor screen star on Gilmore Girls, as did Peter on shows like Six Feet Under.

As veteran performers of parenting, they were both initially reluctant to embark on a workplace romance.

Cast photo: Lauren, 55, and Peter, 56, played a pair of siblings on the show from 2010 to 2015 and became a real-life couple in the show's first year (pictured)

Cast photo: Lauren, 55, and Peter, 56, played a pair of siblings on the show from 2010 to 2015 and became a real-life couple in the show’s first year (pictured)

“At our age, we’d probably both experienced ‘showmances’ that went south and made work an uncomfortable place,” she confessed in her memoir.

“Ultimately, our mutual caution waned — it just happened,” said Lauren, who was previously linked to Tate Donovan and Matthew Perry.

Lauren told Good Housekeeping about dating Peter: “When we got together, there was no more play. It was like, you like me and I like you. It gave me an understanding of life: that’s how things happen, and it’s totally random.”

Dynamic duo: Lauren told Good Housekeeping about dating Peter:

Dynamic duo: Lauren told Good Housekeeping about dating Peter: “When we got together, there was no more play”; They are pictured at the 2015 TV Land Awards

Her domestic equation was “not a big, loud life,” she explained. “We have a lot of neighbors, people come by, we hang out with Peter’s son a lot and we keep ourselves small.”

However, during the pandemic, Lauren found herself in the unprecedented situation of having to spend nearly five months away from Peter while she worked in Canada.

Lauren stars on the Disney+ show The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers, and because the program “was filming that in Vancouver — and because of the quarantine, I couldn’t come and go,” she revealed on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Young Lauren: Peter and Lauren met in 1995 while they both played recurring roles on the sitcom Caroline In The City

Young Lauren: Peter and Lauren met in 1995 while they both played recurring roles on the sitcom Caroline In The City

“It’s usually a two-hour flight. You come home for the weekend,” the Honolulu-born actress explained. “But I couldn’t, so we were apart for almost five months, which had never happened before.”

Returning home, she found that Peter “had bonded really well with his son, which was fantastic, but I think getting back into it was more difficult.”

Lauren joked, “It was more like they were the married couple and I was the person who was like that — they were like, ‘We don’t do it like that anymore.'”

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