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Kristen Wiig, drummer Fabrizio Moretti reportedly split

Kristen Wiig
Kristen Wiig, a cast member in “Despicable Me 2,” poses at the American premiere of the film. Wiig has reportedly ended her relationship with Srokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti.
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Kristen Wiig and beau Fabrizio Moretti have reportedly called it quits.

The “Saturday Night Live” alum and Moretti, the drummer for the Strokes, have ended their 18-month relationship, according to Us Weekly and People.

“It was very amicable and they will remain friends,” a source told Us.

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Wiig, 39, and Moretti, 33, were first spotted together in December 2011. The “Bridesmaids" writer and star wasn’t super open about her relationship, but she did divulge a few details in Marie Claire’s August 2012 issue, crediting her beau with helping her reach a happy place.

“I will say that I’m happier than I’ve ever been,” Wiig said of her relationship, “and I feel very lucky right now. Where I am now. Who he is. Those are the two big ones.”

Wiig was previously married to actor Hayes Hargrove. The couple was married for four years before ending their relationship in 2009. After that, she went on to date producer Brian Petsos, an acquaintance of 21 years, People said.

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“When you’re on your deathbed, you probably aren’t counting the movies you’ve made,” Wiig told Marie Claire. “You’re looking at the people who are around you and thinking about the people in your life, and you can’t lose how important that is because that’s ultimately where happiness comes from.”

The actress has invested herself in her acting career, recently appearing as the younger version of Bluth family matriarch Lucille Bluth in the Netflix reboot of “Arrested Development.” She also loaned her voice talents to “Despicable Me 2" and appeared in the awkward dramedy “Girl Most Likely,” both of which hit theaters this month.

She’ll soon appear in the highly anticipated newsroom sequel “Anchorman: The Legend Continues” and the comedy “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” due Dec. 20 and Dec. 25, respectively.

Moretti recently celebrated the release of “Comedown Machine,” his band’s fifth studio album.


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