Gillian Anderson, who last played against British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Crown, and Peter Morgan who created The Crown are broken, according to the Daily Mail.They have been together since 2016 but as the source reports had the relationship “run its course” like a cold and they plan to “remain good friends”

This is all good and very mature, but it doesn’t stop one from mourning the loss of a niche power couple, the Iron Lady and her writer, nor does it stop one from wondering what’s there Anderson’s representative has said they will not speak up on personal matters and Vanity Fair has reached out to Morgan

Anderson recently told the Sunday Times, “My partner and I don’t live together. If we did this it would be our end. It works as well as it is, it feels so special when we get together”

That was in January, before the pandemic, before the lockdown, which makes it wild when she went on, “There’s nothing that locks us in, nothing that creates fear: ‘Oh God, I can’t go then what will happen to the house, how will we part? “

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