It has been a sad few weeks in Hollywood circles, with Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner announcing their separation earlier this month, and now this couple calling time on their relationship.

 

According to reports today, actress Sienna Miller and long-term partner Tom Sturridge have called off their engagement after four years together.

 

A source broke news of the alleged split to The Sun newspaper, claiming that the couple called time on their relationship ‘a few weeks ago’.

 

“Tom and Sienna split a few weeks ago but still love and respect each other as friends and parents. It’s a very amicable break-up and they intend to remain great friends,” the source said.

 

Sienna and Tom are parents to a daughter, Marlowe, who was born back in July 2012, just six months after they announced their engagement.

 

 

It is claimed that the pair jetted off on a ‘make-or-break’ family holiday to Ibiza with their daughter, but were unable to save their four-year relationship.

 

Sienna previously opened up on how motherhood had changed her life, in an interview for Vogue. The interview was accompanied by a country-themed photo shoot, in which little Marlowe made her modelling debut.

 

“I was overwhelmed by how normal motherhood felt. It was like, ‘There you are – that’s what I have been missing.’ Like we’re both in on something only we know. An amazing sense of being complicit with a little being,” said the 33-year-old.

 

Neither Sienna nor Tom have issued a public statement regarding today’s news.

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