The 45-year-old Sherlock star Martin Freeman and his wife Amanda Abbington are not together anymore after 15 years of long relation

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Martin Freeman and his wife Amanda Abbington are not together anymore and its is recently revealed by Martin Freeman in an interview with the Financial Times, the actor admits: ‘I’m not with Amanda any more. It’s very, very peaceful – I’ll always love Amanda’.

Martin and Amanda were together from last 15-years and have two children. They got separated very quietly this year.

They met at first time on 2000 film Men Only and after that we have seen them together on one of the hit BBC drama Sherlock.

At the point when pushed encourage on whether he thought his colossal achievement as of late on movies, for example, The Hobbit had an influence in the separation, he answered ‘To a certain extent, yes. Not as much as it might have done, and not as much as maybe I would have hoped it had.’

Martin and Amanda first met on the set of 2000 movie Men Only and after that they were together and become a parents on two lovely kids ‘son-Joe-10 and a daughter-Grace-8.

 

After that they work together on different projects – The Debt, Swinging with the Finkels, The Robinsons and The All Together.

The Shocking news comes as they are set to return on screen as man and wife in the BBC hit crime drama.

The shocking admission comes as the couple are set to return to screens as man and wife in the BBC hit crime drama, based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s eccentric detective.

There will also be a new addition to the cast – Freeman’s Dr. Watson and Abbington’s Mary Morstan become parents to a daughter.

MailOnline has reached Abbington’s representative for updates.

The separation is very surprising as in last December, Martin suggested  that they had finally walked down the path, quipping: ‘We might have married already’.

And she replied -mind your own business. My job is public, why should i share my personal life with public? We live in an age where you have to know everything and that’s annoying.

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