Fans Slam Chris Pratt for Anna Faris Snub in Mother's Day Post

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Chris Pratt is facing some backlash this week after he failed to mention Anna Faris, his ex-wife and the mother of one of his children, in his mother's day tribute over the weekend.

The Guardians of the Galaxy actor, 43, took to Instagram on Sunday, May 14, to celebrate all the moms in his life, but Faris, the mother of his 10-year-old son Jack, was notably excluded from the post.

Pratt, instead, dedicated the post to his wife, Katherine Schwarzenegger, with whom he shares daughters Lyla, 2, and Eloise, 11 months. He also mentioned his mother-in-law Maria Shriver, as well as his own mom, Kathy Pratt.

"Happy Mother’s Day to all of the mothers out there. Especially grateful today for Katherine. You’re a wonderful partner. You’ve provided me such a blessed life. Our two daughters are so lucky to have you," Pratt wrote in the post, while calling his wife, "the best step mama to Jack."

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Fans couldn't help but notice that Faris—whom Pratt was married to for 8 years before finalizing their divorce in 2018—wasn't mentioned in the Mother's Day message, and many people had strong reactions to the bold move.

"And the other mother?" one fan questioned, while another snapped, "Oh yes, lets [sic] leave out Jacks [sic] mom, the one who gave you your first child."

"What about your first wife? 🤔," someone else asked. "She’s being super mom raising your first child."

The exes' son Jack, who was born in 2012, was previously diagnosed with "severe brain bleeding," which doctors said could lead to developmental disabilities.

But plenty of the Marvel star's fans were understanding of his decision to leave Faris out of the post, with one person suggesting that he may have messaged her privately.

Others pointed out that Pratt gave a nod to "all of the mothers out there," which could have included Faris.

"Whether publicly or privately, it’s nobody’s business and neither of them are obligated to post about the other for mothers/Father’s Day," another comment read.

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