Mamie Gummer and husband Benjamin Welker split up a couple days ago (Read more here). So new article with Meryl and Mamie being in Vancouver, Canada.
She confirmed her split from her husband on Saturday, and Mamie Gummer headed straight for some home comforts.
On Sunday she was spotted spending some quality time with her mother Meryl Streep in Vancouver, Canada.
It looked like an outing with her famous family member was just what the doctor ordered, as mother and daughter were both seen giggling away as they left a hotel together.Girl power: Meryl Streep was seen in Vancouver, Canada with daughter Mamie Gummer on Sunday – the day after Mamie confirmed her split from husband Benjamin Walker
Meryl, 63, was dressed in a colourful printed shirt under an oversized black cardigan and matching trousers and clunky heels.
Meanwhile Mamie, 29, kept comfortable in a soft white knit top, baggy dove grey pants, black canvas shoes and a chunky scarf.
Both Mamie and estranged husband Benjamin Walker confirmed to Us Weekly via their representatives that they had ended their relationship.Keeping positive: Mamie didn’t appear to be wallowing in self-pity and instead was giggling away with her famous mother
The Side Effects actress’ spokesperson insists that, ‘it’s very amicable,’ however.
The couple engaged in 2009 and wed in July of 2011 at Mamie’s parents’ estate in Connecticut.
When the two met while performing in the spring 2008 production of Les Liasons Dangereuses on Broadway, actor Benjamin cited the big movie hit of the same name to say that Mamie ‘was the Uma to my Keanu.’Filing for divorce: Mamie and Benjamin confirmed they are divorcing via their respective representatives
Meryl’s eldest daughter has recently been the star of two failed television series – 2012’s Emily Owens, M.D. and 2011’s Off the Map.Broadway beginnings: Meryl’s daughter met her husband in a 2008 production of Les Liaisons DangereusesMamie and her mother: The 29-year-old wed at her mother and father’s Connecticut estate back in 2011
In a January interview with New York magazine, Benjamin talked about the trouble he got in during college that he pulls from for character motivation.
‘Don’t trust somebody that don’t have a troubled period,’ he said.
Throughout his interview, Mamie sent him two texts.
‘What, Mamie?’ he joked with the interviewer. ‘She always worries about me in these things, and rightfully so.
‘I don’t have much experience doing it, so I never know when I’m going to sound like an ass.’