Scarlett Johansson and husband Romain Dauriac have reportedly split

Scarlett Johansson and her husband Romain Dauriac are said to have ended their relationship.

Us Weekly reports that they can confirm the split, with a source close to the couple telling the publication that the actress has already hired famed divorce attorney Laura Wasser, whilst another insider told PEOPLE magazine: ‘They’ve been separated since the summer.’

‘I’ve been expecting this for some time,’ they added. ‘Romain and Scarlett has never made sense to me. They aren’t equals. There’s always been something wrong with this picture.’

Neither the couple or their representatives have yet released a statement on the matter, although Scarlett was spotted at the recent women’s march in Washington, D.C. without her wedding ring.

Scarlett and Romain pictured on the red carpet together in 2015

Scarlett and Romain began dating in 2012 and are thought to have become engaged the following year, when Scarlett was seen wearing a vintage art Deco ring on her left hand. They tied the knot in 2014, shortly after the birth of their daughter, whom they named Rose Dorothy.

Scarlett never formally announced her pregnancy, and simply appeared in public with a bump, although a spokesperson confirmed the happy new of Rose’s arrival in September.

In 2014, Scarlett told people that she fell for French journalist Romain because of his intelligence and charm, saying: ‘I love his brain more than anything. He does all the sweet gestures for me. He’s a gentleman.’

The pair have also since become joint business owners, opening their popcorn store Yummy Pop in Paris in 2016.

‘It has been a dream of mine and my family for several years to bring our favorite American snack to our favorite European City!’ the mum-of-one said in a statement at the time.

‘I am so excited to introduce Yummy Pop, a labor of love and Epicurean enthusiasm. My hope is for Yummy Pop to become a Parisian snacking staple and a symbol of friendship between my two most beloved cities, Paris and New York.’