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Meryl Streep's Daughter Calls It Quits With Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter!

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We hate to hear stuff like this!

Meryl Streep's daughter, Mamie Gummer, and her husband Benjamin Walker, have reportedly called it quits on their marriage!

The Emily Owens, M.D. star and the title character in Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter got engaged in 2009, married two years later in 2011, and now, two years after that, have apparently decided that enough is enough!

Although thankfully, it doesn't appear to be on terrible terms!

According to her rep:

"It's very amicable."

And another insider confirms:

"[The split] is very new."

Aww! Such a shame!

Obviously, if things weren't working out, they made the right choice, but we just hope they're both staying strong and dealing with the difficulties that come with the demise of a relationship as best they can!

You're in our thoughts, guys! Hang in there!

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6 comments to “Meryl Streep's Daughter Calls It Quits With Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter!”

  1. sam says – reply to this


    1

    Oh my god whats wrong with her face :(



  2. 2

    HORSEFACE!



  3. 3

    I think she is going out or fall in love with one of her cast member



  4. 4

    she really got the needle nose



  5. 5

    Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter - really? Almost as bad as Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.

  6. @v@ says – reply to this


    6

    Re: teeter totter – Better special effects now, that you can't even laugh at above and beyond the killer tomato concept itself.