Eric McCormack was still sporting his wedding ring the day after his estranged wife, Janet Holden, filed for divorce.
The “Will & Grace” alum was seen walking his dog alone in Los Angeles on Thanksgiving Day, just 24 hours after his wife of 26 years filed for the dissolution of their marriage.
McCormack looked somber during his neighborhood stroll with his furry friend, wearing a trucker hat with a casual blue zip-up hoodie and a red cotton T-shirt underneath.
The ’90s sitcom star also wore khaki shorts and sneakers as he carried a coffee in his hand.
McCormack later returned to his house, which he shares with Holden.
It is unclear if the Canadian filmmaker is still living in the same home or if the two are now living separately.
Holden filed for divorce from McCormack, 60, on Wednesday.
Per court documents obtained by Page Six, she cited “irreconcilable differences” in her filing. She is also seeking spousal support.
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The movie director did not list a date of separation on the court filing, either.
It is also unclear if she and her estranged husband had a prenuptial agreement in place.
McCormack and Holden, who tied the knot in 1997, first met in 1994 on the set of “Lonesome Dove.”
Keeping their romance a secret due to Holden’s job title, the two waited a year to make their relationship public.
In July 2002, McCormack and Holden welcomed son Finnigan, now 21.
Despite going through a divorce, McCormack has been hard at work promoting his latest projects.
The actor took to Instagram Thursday to note his appearance on the “Jennifer Hudson Show” to talk about his latest TV series, “The Other Black Girl.”
McCormack has yet to publicly address the divorce and his reps did not respond to our request for comment.