Last week, the actress, 49, revealed the couple were breaking up in a shock Twitter statement and accused the Welsh actor, 47, of mentally torturing and gaslighting her as well as claiming that he no longer loves her.
On Friday morning, she took to Instagram to share a duo of images depicting broken hearts, including one reading 'game over', alongside a caption in which she stated she was fighting against his plans and detailing her 'excruciating pain'.
In her post, she wrote: 'Nothing to say excerpt THANK YOU for all the loving and encouraging messages. I never thought this would happen to us...I am still fighting against it, because I love our kids, and I still love him, but something has happened inside his head and whatever it is, I don’t see him coming back to us.
‘The pain is excruciating but I am stronger than an ox...Though I weep all day when my kids aren’t looking, at night I add up figures and plan futures for us and you know what? I will do those two angels right if it’s all I ever do.! And Emma, of course, if she PROMISES to stop jumping everybody! Your Alice'.
It was reported last week that the duo had spent lots of time having 'heated and intense talks' in their garden. A source told The Sun that the duo, who share two daughters, seem to have 'made some progress' after having extensive discussions at their LA home and even saying that the family became 'playful' and were 'laughing' at points.
It comes after Ioan Gruffudd broke his silence on his 'extremely difficult' split from wife Alice Evans on Saturday, days after it was revealed via Twitter. Still wearing his wedding ring, Ioan Gruffudd stopped to speak briefly with photographers as he went grocery shopping solo at Trader Joe's in Los Angeles.
Addressing the split, he said: 'Look, as I said before, it's an extremely difficult time for the family, our thoughts are with our children obviously right now and I'd really respect a little bit of privacy right now, thank you.'
Source: Daily Mail