Emily Ratajkowski ‘splits from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard after four years of marriage’

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Emily Ratajkowski has reportedly split from husband Sebastian Bear-McClard after four years of marriage.
It comes days after the model, 31, was said to be planning a divorce from the 34-year-old filmmaker Sebastian amid rumours he had cheated on her.
A source close to Emily, who shares a son with Sebastian, told PEOPLE on Monday (18.07.22): “They split recently. It was Em’s decision. She is doing okay.
“She is strong and focused on her son. She loves being a mom.”
The insider added the model is planning to file for divorce.
PEOPLE said representatives for the couple did not respond to a request for comment.
A source told Page Six on Friday evening (15.07.22) about rumours Sebastian had cheated: “Yeah, he cheated. He’s a serial cheater. It’s gross. He’s a dog.”
The site added: “It doesn’t appear in the court system that the model has filed for divorce yet.”
Emily and Sebastian sparked break up rumours on Thursday (14.07.22) when the model was spotted without her wedding ring.
‘My Body’ writer and film producer Emily, who shares one-year-old son Sylvester with Sebastian, married him at a courthouse ceremony in February 2018 two weeks after making their romance public.
She said online alongside a picture of her with her new husband: “I have a surprise. I got married today.”
The pair had their son in March last year after using a Vogue video directed by Lena Dunham to announce Emily was expecting.
She said she and Sebastian did not want to know the sex of their baby because it would be up to the child to decide how they identify.
Emily added: “We like to respond that we won’t know the gender until our child is 18 and that they’ll let us know then.”
The model then started to refer to Sylvester as her “son” and shared intimate picture of herself in labour, saying: “In between pushes/first moments with Sly. Life!”

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