Mandy Moore is ready to move on following the end of her marriage to Ryan Adams. The 30-year-old headed out in Los Angeles this week, minus her wedding ring – one month after confirming her split from her estranged husband.
Mandy, 30, and Ryan, who would have celebrated their six year wedding anniversary on 10 March, announced the end of their marriage in January, However, it was revealed that they had been living separate lives for some time before Ryan officially filed divorce papers; he listed the date of their separation as 2 August 2014.
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Mandy Moore was pictured without her wedding ring on Wednesday
"They split forever ago," a source told People following the couple’s divorce announcement. "Their friends all knew. They honestly hadn't seen each other in forever. There came a point where they almost never did."
Mandy and 40-year-old Ryan married in secret in March 2009, just four weeks after announcing their engagement. On 23 January, 2015, they confirmed their split in a joint statement to US magazine.
"Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams have mutually decided to end their marriage of almost six years," the couple confirmed. "It is a respectful, amicable parting of ways and both Mandy and Ryan are asking for media to respect their privacy at this time."
Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams announced the end of their marriage in January
Husband and wife, who collaborated on his self-titled album last year, were always private when it came to their relationship.
Ryan cut an interview short last autumn when he was asked about Mandy, and later explained, "I'm a private person and I'll be a gentleman and say I'm not talking about my marriage ever. I'll never talk about it. Ever."
A source suggested that the couple ultimately had very different personalities, and that had contributed to their split. "They really were just two very different people," an insider told People. "He's such an introvert, and she may not want her life out there every day, but she's so sweet and friendly and social. Total opposites."