According to an emotional post that Lake Bell made on Instagram on the 22nd of October, she and her spouse Scott Campbell have decided to get a divorce.
“After 9 years together, 7 years married, 2 dazzling children…Scott and I are ending our marriage but continuing our beloved family,” she wrote in an email. “After 9 years together, 7 years married, 2 sparkling children…” “We will continue to be parental comrades in arms and best friends for the rest of our lives if we treat one another with respect and guide one another with thoughtfulness.”
The sentiment was echoed by Scott on his Instagram, where he wrote, “We have come to the conclusion that it is best for us to separate while maintaining the love and friendship that has existed between us from the beginning. Every emotion imaginable is experienced. In addition, I am quite certain that the two of us will be formidable foes for our children as well as lifelong closest friends.”
In 2013, the star of Bless This Mess wed Scott, a celebrity tattoo artist whose clientele include Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Love. Among Scott’s other famous clients are Courtney Love and Jennifer Aniston. The couple’s children are a daughter named Nova, who is six, and a son named Ozgood, who is four.
In 2015, Lake revealed to More that the two first connected while she was getting a tattoo in preparation for a role.
“It’s 6 a.m., no makeup, curlers in my hair. I walk in and see this guy, and I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?’ I did not expect him to be smoking hot,” she told the outlet. “I’m not naturally a tart, but suddenly the thought of having the tattoo in a more delicate area was enticing.”
Lake had already discussed her parenting style and experiences with Scott.
“My husband is, like, an awesome father,” the How to Make it in America alum told Baby Center. “We co-parent. We both are doing it.”
In an interview that took place in 2019 with Fatherly, Scott expressed his desire to set a good example for the couple’s daughter by living a healthy lifestyle.
The musician shared his thoughts with the publication, stating that “healthy male role models are incredibly crucial to girls growing up.” “I want to be the best possible husband and father to her so that she doesn’t end up dating creeps when she’s older. I never, ever speak poorly of her to others.”
Despite the fact that they are no longer together, it is abundantly evident that the parents intend to do everything in their power to provide the very best upbringing for their children.