Gillian Anderson splits from The Crown creator
The Crown's Gillian Anderson has broken up with series creator Peter Morgan after four years together.
They worked alongside one another on the latest episodes of the Netflix drama based on the Royal Family.
The industry power couple were hugely supportive of each other's careers.
They were often seen together at the awards season circuits in London and Los Angeles to cheer each other on.
Both have children from previous relationships and never moved in together.
The Daily Mail reports their relationship had "run its course" after busy working schedules and family logistics.
They're said to have remained "great friends" despite putting an end to their romantic relationship.
Gillian, 52, is best known for her roles in The X-Files as FBI agent Dana Scully and as murder detective Stella Gibson in The Fall.
Gillian has been praised for her portrayal of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Season 4 of The Crown.
This article originally appeared in The Sun and was reproduced with permission.
Originally published as Anderson splits from The Crown creator