Some big entertainment news today as actors Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes call it quits after five years of marriage.
The two tied the knot back in 2006 and have a six-year-old daughter named Suri.
Say it isn't so ... TomKat are no more!
While the news may come as a shock to many of the actors' fans who believed they were the real deal, experts say Hollywood is fantasy and when it comes to relationships, it is important for you and your children to know the difference between fantasy and reality.
When the "Dawson's Creek" star and Hollywood hunk started dating back in 2005, it came as quite a shock.
First, there was the age difference -- 16 years.
He was a devoted scientologist while she was not.
And then there was the way in which he professed his love; remember when he jumped on a couch during an interview on "The Oprah Winfrey Show?"
Fast forward five years and TomKat are no more.
Movie expert Jake Hamilton has met the couple separately many times.
"She is the one filing for divorce, and supposedly he's been blindsided by it and wasn't expecting it and I can't help but feel bad for him,"says Hamilton. He adds that despite the rumors their relationship was just a publicity stunt, he really feels their bond was legitimate.
And while Hamilton is saddened by the split, he does see a 'light at the end of the tunnel.'
"This is going to be good for her, so she can get away from the shadow that is Tom Cruise, and I don't think it'll affect his career much because the people that tend to see his movies do not care about his personal relationships,"says Hamilton.
But guess who it might affect? Young people who see and hear about failed Hollywood relationships all the time.
"It's not how real life happens, but kids are growing up being fed this material and they think that's how its supposed to be," says child psychologist Dr. Gail Gross.
In a way, says Dr. Gross, Hollywood relationships ruin the sanctity of marriage.
"When relationships are superficial like that, children don't try to make it work," says Dr. Gross.
So it is the burden on parents to explain to their children the difference between reality and fantasy.
"Parents have to be what they see, have to model what a relationship is, in their own relationship and with their children and friends," says Dr. Gross.