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Diane Kruger, Joshua Jackson

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Something to celebrate?

Nearly a month after Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger announced their breakup, the exes were photographed buying a bottle of wine in L.A. Monday. Though their reunion might lead some to believe they're back together romantically, a source tells E! News they're "just friends." It should come as no surprise, since the stars' reps said in July they would "remain friends" after mutually deciding to end their 10-year relationship. Neither actor has commented on the split.

Monday's afternoon outing marked the first time that Jackson, 38, and Kruger, 40, have been seen together since their split. The Infiltrator actress has shared a number of cryptic quotes via Instagram since then. Last week, she shared a collage of Post-It Notes that read, "Being sad sometimes is OK. Being angry is OK too. Develop healthy habits. Feel everything. Be gentle. Always ask questions." She did not provide additional commentary. Four days ago, she shared another quote that read, "If you are lucky enough to find yourself a weirdo never let them go." And on Saturday, Kruger quoted Albus Dumbledore (from the Harry Potter books), writing, "Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if only one remembers to turn on the light." Jackson, on the other hand, has not hinted at possible personal troubles via social media.

Diane Kruger, Joshua Jackson

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The actors began dating in 2006 after Kruger split from her husband of five years, French director Guillaume Canet. Kruger and Jackson—who co-owned houses in New York City, Paris and Vancouver—often said that marriage was not in the cards for them. "It's important for the people that it's important for, but neither one of us are particularly religious, so I don't think that there's any particular push," Jackson told E! News in 2012. "But never say never." In 2014, Jackson reiterated his stance, telling Glamour, "I can tell you why we're not married: We're not religious. I don't feel any more or less committed to Diane for not having stood in front of a priest and had a giant party. We're both children of divorce, so it's hard for me to take marriage at face value as the thing that shows you've grown up and are committed to another person."

Kruger was the first to pooh-pooh the idea of tying the knot again. "Without sounding pessimistic, I learned that I don't believe in marriage," the actress told Glamour in 2011. "I believe in a commitment that you make in your heart. There's no paper that will make you stay."