KEY POINTS

  • Armie Hammers will not be spending Thanksgiving with Elizabeth Chambers and their kids, a report says
  • Chambers and their two children are still in the Cayman Islands
  • Hammer and his estranged wife announced their split in July 

Armie Hammer will not spend Thanksgiving with his estranged wife Elizabeth Chambers and their two kids this year, a report says.

Chambers and their kids, Ford Douglas Armand and Harper Grace, are currently in the Cayman Islands. Hammer and his ex spent the start of the pandemic in the place, but the “Call Me By Your Name” star has already returned to Los Angeles after they separated in July.

Hammer “was supposed to fly to the Cayman Islands, quarantine and then spend Thanksgiving with the kids and his family, flying back to L.A. all together in mid-December” but “has since decided to back out," an unnamed source told People.

However, another insider told the outlet that the family had originally planned to return to Los Angeles by now. The source added that Hammer “never willingly” ditched his plans to go back to the Cayman Islands, but “he was unable to travel there after repeated attempts.”

"When air travel reopened, he applied for a visa that has not been approved," the insider added.

In mid-October, Hammer requested Chambers to return to the U.S. after he sought joint custody of their two kids. In legal documents obtained by The Blast, the actor’s estranged wife promised that they will follow him to Los Angeles but has yet to do so.

Hammer claimed Chambers initially told him that airports were closed. However, he was later informed that there were limited flights, and she and the kids would be back in Los Angeles by October.

"It is now several weeks into October and they have not returned," Hammer said.

Chambers reportedly decided to stay in the Cayman Islands for the sake of the children.

“Elizabeth and Armie’s children are still in the Cayman Islands with their mom because there is no COVID there and they are able to go to school there, hug and see their friends and have play dates,” a source told Us Weekly. “They’re actually attending the same school Armie attended. If they were in L.A., they’d be looking at a computer screen all day.”

Chambers filed for divorce in July, citing irreconcilable differences, and wanted primary physical custody of their two children. A source told People in October, “These are crazy times with COVID-19, shutting schools down in L.A. and Elizabeth just wants the kids to have a normal experience."

Hammer confirmed that they were calling it quits on his Instagram page, saying that they have “decided to turn the page and move on from our marriage.” He had also described the separation as a “seriously seismic event” and that the split came with many challenges.

Armie Hammer and Elizabeth Chambers HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 14: (L-R) Elizabeth Chambers Hammer and Armie Hammer attend Premiere Of Columbia Pictures' "Bad Boys For Life" at TCL Chinese Theatre on January 14, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Leon Bennett/WireImage) Photo: Photo by Leon Bennett/WireImage