Dianna Agron And Winston Marshall Have Split Up After Nearly 4 Years Of Marriage

August 19, 2020 / Posted by:

Nearly four years ago, I wrote the headline: “Dianna Agron Is Now Married To One Of Mumford’s Sons.” And today, I’m picturing Mumford welcoming his son home, telling him to put his bindle and mustache wax on the table by the door, and informing him there’s a set of clean sheets on the pull-out couch in the basement. Because Mumford & Sons guitarist Winston Marshall is currently not living with his wife of nearly 4 years, the former Quinn Fabray of Glee, Dianna Agron.

34-year-old Dianna and 32-year-old Winston gave everyone a case of déjà vu four years ago when they became the second Mumford member and blonde actress/sundress connoisseur to tie the knot. But Dianna’s life has sort of turned into the Sliding Doors version of Carey Mulligan’s life. A source who spoke to Us Weekly says Dianna and Winston checked out of their marriage last year. You can blame the demise of a lot of things on COVID-19, but apparently not the Mumford-Fabray marriage.

“They have been living separately since last year,” one source reveals. “[Dianna] is dating.”

Dianna and Winston rarely interacted with each other on social media, and that they were the type of couple that really wanted to keep things private. Which isn’t too much of a surprise, considering their wedding took place in Morocco, and that no official pictures were ever released. Dianna didn’t get that EXCLUSIVE People magazine spread. Only a few pictures popped up here and there on the internet. They both still follow each other on social media, which is, as we all know, the universal celebrity sign that they don’t want to claw each other’s eyes out.

It’s also not known why it took so long for people to find out they split last year. That’s at least nine months ago! And in the meantime, Dianna has been dating? You would think that either of them would have gotten tired dragging their split announcement out. At least one of their publicists said, “Winston, I know your band sang that “I Will Wait” song, so I get where you stand on postponing stuff, but how much longer do you want me to delay this?

Pic: Wenn.com

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