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Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds may no longer be married, but they still have one thing in common: Their ability to maintain their privacy.
The exes were spotted across the globe from one another with their respective romantic partners—ScarJo in Los Angeles with beau Romain Dauriac and Reynolds in China with wife Blake Lively.
The Avengers star was snapped arriving at LAX airport with her handsome French BF in tow after the couple returned from a visit to Paris (Johansson currently splits her time between France and the States).
The lovebirds tried to keep a low profile by walking separately in the airport so paps were unable to snap of pic of the pair together.
Johansson was dressed down in a black hoodie jacket, sneakers and baseball cap, while her good-looking man wore shades and a hat as they trudged through the terminal separately, both keeping their heads down in an effort to go unnoticed.
Meanwhile, her sexy 36-year-old ex Reynolds was snapped in China with his stunning wife, where the pair was seen heading to dinner at a restaurant in Shanghai.
Despite their best efforts to blend in, the gorgeous couple couldn't help but stand out in the crowd. Lively, who attended a Gucci perfume launch in Shanghai Thursday, looked lovely with her long blond locks and red lips.
Johansson and Reynolds split in 2010 after two years of marriage.
Just 14 months after the duo finalized their divorce, Reynolds wed his Green Lantern costar in a supersecret Southern ceremony.
ScarJo has since opened up about her split from her former husband, admitting she's moved on from the painful time in her past.
"Well, it wasn't that long ago," she recently told Marie Claire. But I think I've had a fair amount of time to process the experience and be able to move forward. I continue to get to know myself better as I get older, and that helps me in my relationships."
But don't expect the actress to dish any details on her current beau:
"All of it drives me crazy," she added of social media. "I don't understand this need to 'share.' We almost exploit ourselves in order to be seen."
Now see why we mentioned privacy?