Ioan Gruffudd Alice Evans

Alice and Ioan have been separated for over a year, but their relationship remains strained. Although they met on the set of the ITV drama 101 Dalmatians, the couple have yet to reconcile. The divorce proceedings are ongoing and it seems unlikely that they will reunite peacefully.

In February, the Fantastic Four star obtained a restraining order against Alice Evans, saying she was sending him threatening texts and messages. During the hearing, the actor said that he was “inundated” with text messages from Alice. However, she denied that she had been harassing him.

According to court documents, Ioan Gruffudd and Alice Evans have failed to reach an agreement about custody of their children. They filed for joint custody of Ella, 12, and Elsie, 8, and he has also filed for visitation rights. The couple has agreed to a collaborative process, but the two have yet to reach a final agreement.

In their early days, the couple were inseparable. During their first year together, they went on to film the hit UK TV show Pobl y Cwm, which won numerous awards. Later, they both starred in ITV’s Hornblower, which aired from 1998 to 2003. The couple married in 2007, just a year after the couple first met on the set of 102 Dalmations.

In January 2021, Evans revealed that Gruffudd had walked out of their 14-year marriage. Since then, Evans has made several attempts to slander Gruffudd on social media. She recently shared texts between the two.

The pair announced their separation in January 2021 and have been sharing updates on their divorce on social media. A restraining order was issued against Alice in California, prohibiting her from making disparaging comments about her ex on social media. However, she did not appear at the hearing, and has deleted all traces of her former lover on Instagram.

The restraining order was granted after a short-lived court hearing. It is a legal declaration against Alice Evans and will prevent the actress from mentioning Gruffudd on social media. The restraining order is effective for three years, until August 2, 2025.

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