Gillian Anderson and her The Crown creator boyfriend Peter Morgan have split amicably after four years together, it is claimed.
It is alleged the pair's relationship has run its course and wasn't helped by various work commitments and family logistics.
Despite this it is claimed the couple, who both have kids from different relationships, both remain great friends, the Daily Mail reports.
The X-Files actress Anderson, 52, and Morgan, 57, worked together on the latest season of The Crown.
The pair were visibly supportive of each other's careers and would also frequently be spotted together on the awards season circuit in Los Angeles and London.
A representative for Gillian Anderson offered "no comment" when contacted by Daily Star.
Representatives for Peter have also been contacted for comment.
Gillian has a daughter Piper, 26, with ex husband Clyde Klotz who she was to between 1994 to 1997.
She also has sons Oscar, 14, and Felix, 12, with ex partner Mark Griffiths, who she dated until 2012.
Gillian is best known for her role as FBI agent Dana Scully in The X-Files.
She recently won praise for her portrayal of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in Season 4 of The Crown.
Peter was Oscar-nominated for his script for the 2006 film The Queen, starring Helen Mirren and was applauded for other productions such as The Crown.
Morgan, whose cinematic hits include The Queen and Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, is busy writing the script for the fifth season of The Crown
Anderson said the couple had no plans to live together earlier this year, adding co-habiting “would be the end” of their relationship.
She told The Times: “If we did, that would be the end of us. It works so well as it is, it feels so special when we do come together. And when I am with my kids, I can be completely there for them. It's exciting."
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