Aquaman Star Jason Momoa Announces Split From Wife Lisa Bonet

By Christy R Mathew

Jason Momoa and his wife Lisa Bonet have divorced after five years of marriage, according to an emotional Instagram post. Momoa is a well-known American actor who has appeared in films such as Aquaman, Dune, and Game of Thrones. 

Momoa went on to star in the 2011 film Conan the Barbarian before joining the cast of Game of Thrones. He originally appeared as Aquaman in Batman v. Superman in 2017, before going on to feature in his own picture, Aquaman, in 2018. Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom, which will be released on December 16, 2022, will see Momoa reprise his role as Aquaman.

Bonet is an American actress who has been in shows such as The Cosby Show, A Different World, and Road to Paloma. Bonet and Momoa married in 2017 and have two daughters, Nakoa-Wolf and Lola Iolani, together. 

Momoa and Bonet started dating in 2005 and even worked together on the film Road to Paloma, which they married in 2017.

While Momoa’s acting career has exploded in recent years, Bonet’s has been more irregular, with her most recent role dating from 2016. The duo has taken a break from Momoa’s booming career and advertising for Aquaman 2 to make a personal statement.

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Momoa and Bonet released a joint statement on Instagram, announcing their divorce after five years of marriage. The poignant post shows how the world, as well as their family, is changing as they go through shifts and transitions. Their decision to reveal their breakup stems from a desire to maintain dignity and honesty in public.

Momoa and Bonet also expressed their undying love for one another and unwavering commitment to their children. They said their breakup was a way to set each other free, and they signed off with the phrase “May Love Prevail.” 

Various photographs of nature and cropped photos of someone cradling a newborn bird in their palm accompanied the post. The picturesque photos complemented the post’s almost poetic tone, which carefully and emotionally disclosed the divorce.