This emoji could be a hint as to where Chris Pratt took off to in a private jet.
Chris Pratt, just one week after announcing the heartbreaking split from his wife, Anna Faris, was spotted boarding a private plane to jet out of Los Angeles.
Though his final destination is still a mystery, Faris may have dropped a clue as to where Pratt goes to find solitude.
While giving an interview in July to promote her latest film, The Emoji Movie, Faris told People that whenever the pair feels like they need to escape the Hollywood scene, they will simply each other an eagle emoji.
“I send the emoji of an eagle landing to say, ‘Let’s get away to the islands,’” Farris said. “We both grew up in Washington State, and we have a place up there.”
Another place Pratt could be is in Hawaii, a state where he spent a good amount of time in before becoming a Hollywood megastar. After graduating high school, Pratt spent years living in a van with a few friends in that tropical paradise.
“I had a friend who was like, ‘Dude, you’ve got to come out here,”’ Pratt told Entertainment Weekly. “We set up camp on the beach and lived the dream.”
Since moving to California, Pratt has returned to the islands several times, including just a few weeks ago when he shared a snap of him and a friend fishing in a secret location.
“Thanks for the aloha shirts @kahalasportswear And goodbye to Hawaii!,” Pratt captioned the Instagram photo. “Thank you! We had such a blast! Mahalo! Mahalo! Mahalo!”
Meanwhile, Farris has remained in Los Angeles since the split. On Tuesday, Faris shared a piece of relationship advice with fans on her podcast “Unqualified,” saying: "I just want to thank you all so much for all the love I’ve been receiving, and I truly love you."
She warned fans that “Life is too short to be in relationships where you feel this isn’t fully right, or somebody doesn’t have your back, or somebody doesn’t fully value you in every way.”
Her final piece of advice to listeners was, “Know your worth. Know your independence. Know that you're young and there's so many people out there. There's so much life experience. I hope you get to live it all.”