By Rebecca White

Sometimes even married celebrity couples have to call it quits when things go terribly wrong in their celebrity relationship. When the latest celebrity news and gossip hit the press that famous couple Mandy Moore and Ryan Adams were filing for celebrity divorce, our hearts were broken. According to UsMagazine.com, Moore officially became a single celebrity woman by ditching her wedding ring and spending Valentine’s Day weekend with her best friend at a celebrity getaway.

Celebrity divorce is tough because all eyes are on people like Mandy Moore and estranged husband Ryan Adams. What are some ways to keep your divorce drama private?

Cupid’s Advice:

Unfortunately, when a celebrity divorce occurs, all eyes are on the Hollywood couple, with rumors and gossip flying around in Tinseltown. Luckily for us, when we decide to get divorced, it is not a celebrity break-up on the front page of the tabloids. Here are a few ways to keep the divorce drama private:

1. Keep it off social media: When your relationship and love life is going downhill and you decide to file for divorce, keep it off social media. There’s no reason for every acquaintance to be aware of your personal life.

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2. Only tell trusted family and friends: During this time of heartbreak, keep your friends and family close, rely on them for support, and don’t tell anyone else about the dying romance. Right now, you need time to grieve with your group of support.

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3. Keep legal issues amicable: Try not to engage in unnecessary arguments and keep the divorce amicable. If the split is as mutual and friendly as possible, then no one will overhear a fight or see you with your guard down, therefore keeping your private life, private.

How do you keep divorce drama private? Comment below!