The Truth About Jordana Brewster And Andrew Form's Relationship

Actress Jordana Brewster made a name for herself in 2001 when she played Mia Toretto in The Fast and the Furious — where she starred opposite Vin Diesel and the late Paul Walker — and she has since acted in five out of the eight Fast and the Furious movies to date. "I always knew I wanted to be either on TV or in movies," Brewster told Marie Claire in 2013. "I just didn't know how."

Brewster achieved her goal, and as a result, not only did her career take off — she's since starred in Lethal Weapon, Secrets and Lies, and The People v. O.J. Simpson — but so did her love life. According to People, Brewster met Andrew Form on set while filming The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning in 2005 — Brewster starred in it while Form produced — and the two got engaged one year later.

The pair — who share two kids, Julian and Rowan — tied the knot in the Caribbean, per People, in 2007. However, on June 6, 2020, People broke the news that the two called it quits after 13 years of marriage. Let's dig into what happened.

Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form 'quietly separated'

Unfortunately, like most Hollywood relationships, Jordana Brewster and her husband, Andrew Form, did not go riding off into the sunset. Instead, the two split after more than a decade together, People reported on June 6, 2020. "They have the utmost respect for each other," a source told the outlet. "They remain committed to lovingly co-parent their two children as a team." The insider added their split was "amicable." As of this writing, Brewster and Form have not publicly spoken out about their separation. 

Just months before news of their split made headlines, it seemed like the pair was doing just fine as Brewster praised her husband on social media. "Happy Birthday to the best husband and daddy. We love you so much our hearts burst," she captioned a photo of her family on Feb. 3, 2020.

These days, it seems like the actress is spending quality time with her children, Rowan and Julian. One day after the news broke, Brewster posted two photos on Instagram — one of her smiling with her son and another child and another featuring one of her boys watching television.

Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form were super private from the start

Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form "started dating in secret" when they met on the set of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning in 2005. "[Y]ou know, hanging out in my trailer ... because it would have been unprofessional otherwise," the Hollywood star told InStyle Weddings (via People) in 2007.

"But every day, Andrew wore these work boots to the set, and if I was lying down in the shot or there was equipment in the way, I'd look for his shoes," Brewster continued. "It was comfortable just to know he was nearby."

Clearly, Brewster and Form were head over heels for one another as she moved into his Hollywood Hills home pretty quickly before they got engaged. "I was always the girl who said I'd never move in with someone before I got married, and then I just did it," she previously told People. "I'm the biggest hypocrite ever! I had been dating him for only a little over a month, but I never went back to living in my apartment." 

Despite their hectic schedules, it seemed like the couple made time for each other and their family. "We are [adamant about date night], but my husband, as a producer, he's on the road a lot," Brewster told Us Weekly in 2017. "Recently I was like, 'Are you sure you want to take Julian with us on this trip?' He was like, 'I didn't have kids so I could leave them at home.'" 

Jordana Brewster felt 'awkward' after her kids were born

Even though Jordana Brewster and Andrew Form are parents to two gorgeous children, the Panama native revealed the former flames used a surrogate to carry both their kids, per People. "I didn't really have a choice about being open, since it was obvious I wasn't pregnant," she told Yahoo! in 2015. "And for me it wasn't a choice, I needed to use a surrogate."

"But I didn't feel judged, it's more like I felt awkward," Brewster added. "Even recently, we were at this baby group and the teacher made the assumption, 'Well, you all birthed your children' and I couldn't be like, 'Well, actually ...' So sometimes I feel a little left out when other moms talk about what their birth experience was like, and I feel the loss of not having carried or having been able to carry. But luckily, I keep my circle tight and close, so I never feel judged."

In the end, Brewster is grateful for her two kids. "I'm so lucky that it was an option and it was available to me because otherwise I wouldn't have my two beautiful boys," Brewster told NewBeauty Magazine in April 2020. "I love them more than anything."

We wish Brewster and Form nothing but the best moving forward.