Are helena bonham carter and tim burton dating

The acclaimed director and his muse have split after 13 years together.

"(They) separated amicably earlier this year and have continued to be friends and co-parent their children," Carter's rep told People on Tuesday.

Ms Carter’s representative told People magazine that the couple “separated amicably earlier this year”, ending a 13-year relationship.

The statement also asked for the couple’s privacy and that of their children to be respected at this time.

Burton was also married to Lena Gieseke, a German-born actress.

As per the sources, the two married in 1989 and soon divorced in 1991.

All the fans around the world were shocked when one of the Hollywood's loving couples Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter broke up in December 2014 after 13 years and two children. Though many sources claim that the two are dating, Green and Burton haven't made it official yet.

The pair met during the filming of Burton's 2001 remake of Planet of the Apes, in which Ms Bonham Carter played Ari, the daughter of Senator Sandar.

During their relationship, Ms Bonham Carter, 48, and Mr Burton, 56, lived together in separate but attached dwellings in Hampstead, north London, with their two children, Billy Ray, 10, and Nell, 7.

They only offered a boilerplate statement about "separating amicably" via a rep. And really, the mark of a successful relationship shouldn’t be whether you’re there forever after. Sometimes you have to come to terms with the fact that that was it. We gave each other children and a lot more else."'Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter separated amicably earlier this year and have continued to be friends and co-parent their children.

We would ask that you respect their privacy and that of their children during this time.' After breaking up with Carter, Burton was rumored to be dating production assistant Berenice Percival, however, the rumors were never confirmed.

But, after Mc Crory became pregnant, she was unable to shoot all of the scenes so Helena got the part.

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