Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds has revealed that he and wife Aja Volkman have split after more than a decade of marriage.
The 35-year-old actor said in a tweet published on Friday that he and Volkman would now focus on raising their four children together.
The couple previously revealed they divorced years before, only to later reconcile.
“I’m sad to say that Aja and I have split after many happy years together,” Dan began his somber social media statement.
“Being great parents to our kids is our top priority. Thank you for always supporting us with love and care all these years,” he added.
The former couple share four children: daughter Arrow, 10; twin daughters Gia and Coco, five; and son Valentine, two.
Dan and Aja married on March 5, 2011.
But in April 2018, just over seven years after their wedding, the singer-songwriter announced they were divorcing.
However, the two were initially able to get over their differences, and in November of the same year he announced that they were still together and had decided against a divorce.
He marked the news with the release of a new Imagine Dragons song, Bad Liar, which Aja co-wrote with him.
Reynolds formed his popular band Imagine Dragons in Utah in 2008 after he began attending Brigham Young University.
The singer, who grew up in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, has publicly struggled with his beliefs about the church’s stance on homosexuality and its treatment of members of the LGBTQ community.
In an interview with Attitude last year, he revealed that he is now a “non-Mormon,” and he later said he does not raise his children in any religious faith.