It’s Winter in Snow-ver. After two years of marriage, Brittany Snow has revealed that she and her husband, Tyler Stanaland, have decided to divorce. In an Instagram post on Wednesday, the “Pitch Perfect” actress, who is 36 years old, wrote, “After time and contemplation, Tyler and I have taken the painful decision to separate.”
The message was accompanied by a black-and-white photo of the couple. “We made this choice out of love for one another and out of mutual respect for one another. “We have concluded that we need to set aside some time in order to ensure that each of us is leading the lifestyles that are the truest and rewarding to us,” she went on to say.
We embarked on this adventure as the best of friends, and maintaining that close bond is something that will remain a top priority not only for us but also for our dog Charlie. After concluding their conversation, Snow said, “We really appreciate your support and beg for privacy as we traverse this new phase.”
Almost immediately after that, Stanaland posted an almost identical message on his own Instagram page beside the same photo. Stanaland’s leading performance on the glossy docu-soap “Selling the OC” — Netflix‘s “Selling Sunset” offshoot that chronicles the tumultuous lives of Oppenheim Group real estate brokers living in or near Newport Beach, California — coincides with the break between the two companies.
According to an exclusive report obtained by Page Six, a source claims that “everyone who knows Tyler and Brittany knows she wasn’t comfortable with the show.” Because of this, he tried very hard to keep his marriage and the program apart, but his efforts were ultimately unsuccessful.
A second source confirms that “The Show” was primarily responsible for the demise of their marriage. Brittany was dissatisfied with what she had observed. Page Six’s requests for comment were not immediately met with a response from representatives of Snow and Stanaland.
The former surfer-turned-real estate pro, 33, provided an explanation for his desire to keep Snow out of the show during an interview that took place in August on the podcast “Reality Life with Kate Casey.” “In this particular season, you won’t see my house, and you won’t see my wife,” he added, adding that as he entered the unscripted arena, he “wanted to keep certain portions” of his life “private.”
He elaborated by saying, “And as time goes on, maybe that’ll be different.” “But for the time being, that was kind of the one thing that made me feel safe setting out on such an unusual voyage.” Notably, Stanaland, who is scheduled to wed Snow in a wedding set to take place in Malibu in March 2020, has established himself as a very desirable commodity among the women of “Selling the OC.”
During the filming, fellow cast members Alex Hall and Polly Brindle brazenly flirted with him, while fellow agent Kayla Cardona admitted that she tried to kiss him off-camera. Kayla Cardona is also a cast member. For her part, Hall, who is 33 years old, says that she does not regret having such interactions with Stanaland.
In a conversation with Page Six earlier this month, she stated, “I don’t really have any regrets because I would do it again.” Hall continued by saying, “I don’t regret it,” while referencing a moment from the Netflix series in which she and Stanaland embrace one another as the group is on the beach.
And everything that I did — everything that people watch me do on the show — I don’t regret any of it.” However, Hall added that after production ended, there have been “apologies that have taken place.” Netflix now has the first season of “Selling the OC” accessible to stream instantly.