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Maren Morris Files For Divorce From Ryan Hurd After 5 Years Of Marriage

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After five years of marriage, country music singer-songwriters Maren Morris and Ryan Hurd are divorcing.

Morris, who first got married to Hurd in March 2018, filed for divorce in Tennessee on October 2. She gave the excuse of “irreconcilable differences” for the breakup.

According to Davidson County court papers, Morris stated that Hayes, their 3-year-old son, and the two were living together as of the filing day.

Morris requested joint custody of their son as well as the enforcement of their prenuptial agreement in her filing.

Morris has been transparent about her ups and downs throughout the years. She welcomed her only kid on March 23, 2020, in the early days of the epidemic.

Morris said she started to suffer from postpartum depression after Hayes was born during a Sunday sit-down with TODAY’s Willie Geist.

“I think a lot of identity crises happened there,” she told Willie in an interview that aired on Dec. 4, 2022.

Everything seemed to come together at once, she continued.

“Not just being a new parent and a new mother and dealing with postpartum depression for the first time, and reeling from that, and trying to like find the forest through the trees. But also just knowing my worth without someone clapping for me,” she said.

Morris continued, saying that although Hurd and her were still producing music at the time, a lot of it was really depressing.

She said that her ex-husband had assisted her in escaping her “pandemic doldrum.”

“He kind of just helped me in song form, and in just conversation form, figure out how to get to the light,” she said.

The artist has now spoken out against plastic surgery and the irrational assumptions that women should recover from childbirth.

Additionally, she has declared that she is “stepping back” from country music.

In an interview that was published on October 4 on The New York Times “Popcast” podcast, Morris stated that she had come to the realization that the Nashville business she worked in was a “toxic” one.

“I don’t want to say goodbye, but I really cannot participate in the really toxic arms of this institution anymore,” she said, adding that she love Nashville in general, just not certain factions.

“We have amazing songwriters (in Nashville), so that’s not going to change. But I couldn’t do this, like, sort of circus anymore of feeling like I have to absorb and explain people’s bad behaviors and laugh it off. I just couldn’t do that after 2020, particularly,” she said. “I’ve changed. A lot of things changed about me that year.” 

She continued by saying that she’s currently simply “doing my own thing” and that she has instructed her staff to stop submitting her work to future country music awards events.

“I’m not shutting off fans of country music. That’s not my intention” she said. “It’s just the music industry that I have to walk away — a few factions — from.”

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