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Anna Faris reportedly took out certain mentions of Chris Pratt in her memoir. The former couple is pictured at the Los Angeles premiere of ““Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” at Dolby Theatre on April 19. Getty Images

The final version of “Unqualified” from Anna Faris is reportedly missing passages about her future with ex-husband Chris Pratt.

Uncorrected proofs of the “Mom” star’s memoir included a passage about the possibility of her one day welcoming a second child with Pratt and an entire chapter detailing how they kept their sometimes long distance relationship alive, Page Six reported Friday. The chapter and passage in question were not featured in the final versions of “Unqualified” when it hit shelves on Tuesday.

The site reports the original copy of the book, which was sent out two months before Faris and Pratt announced their split over the summer, detailed how they kept their relationship going while filming.

The deleted chapter also reportedly touched on their plans to one day move back to their shared home state of Washington and live a life that is more low-key.

Page Six reports Faris also removed paragraphs regarding the possibility that her and Pratt could one day welcome a second child to join their son Jack, 5. “She axed a long passage about plans to have a second child with Pratt. In the preview copy, she mentions not feeling pressure to have another baby right away, but says she is considering freezing her eggs,” reads the report.


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While Faris is said to have removed sections of her book about Pratt, there are still dozens of mentions of him in the memoir. Sections about the “Jurassic World” actor that remained in the final version include tales about their love story -- Faris talks about how Pratt used to gift her with handwritten notes -- and his ability to be a “great caretaker,” among other compliments.

In a shared statement, Faris and Pratt announced in August that they were parting ways after eight years of marriage. “We tried hard for a long time, and we’re really disappointed,” the pair wrote. “Our son has two parents who love him very much and for his sake we want to keep this situation as private as possible moving forward.”

The statement ended with the duo saying they still “love each other” and “will always cherish” their time spent together.

Post-split, Faris has gone on to release “Unqualified” and is currently on a book tour. Her next stop will take her to Los Angeles on Nov. 6. She is also said to have moved on romantically with numerous reports linking her to cinematographer Michael Barrett.