Canadian actor Graham Wardle rose to fame for his role of Ty Borden on the long-running CBC series Heartland.

He was part of the show since its premiere in 2007. He won millions of fans through his nuanced portrayal of a loving husband, helming relationship with his on-screen spouse, Amy Fleming — portrayed by fellow actress Amber Marshall — and two kids. 

Though his reel marriage gained massive attention, the details of his real-life wedding remained private when he married his girlfriend, Alison Wardle, in 2015.

And while some of his fans are wondering who is Graham married to, the burning question is, 

Is Graham Wardle Still Married?

Unfortunately, Wardle is no longer together with his wife. The pair divorced in 2018, three years after tying the knot. But the news of their separation only surfaced when the Heartland star talked about his marriage during a Facebook Live session in early 2020. 

Wardle was doing a Q&A session where he answered his fan's concerns regarding any topic. Just then, an internet user named Isabella wondered how he and his wife were doing during the pandemic. She questioned if they walked on the beach or played with their pets amid the quarantine.

"I am gonna be honest guys, and I have kept my life pretty private for a while now," the 35-year-old replied before saying that he genuinely wanted to share that he and his wife were divorced.

He elaborated they went on their separate ways about two years prior. After announcing the divorce, Wardle added he preferred to keep his personal life just that — personal.

The talented actor clarified that the separation was why he was quiet on his social media platforms. He said he did so to "just give some space, and then just for the privacy," for both of them. 

Graham Wardle On Moving On

Moments after revealing his divorce, Wardle became candid about using the quarantine period to reflect on himself. As per his accounts, he started focusing on his Time Has Come podcast, reading, and contemplating plans for his career.

And the social distancing in the pandemic had given him a significant break to focus on himself, move forward from his divorce, and heal.

Wardle mentioned the shift in his life in the past two years was significant before saying he was grateful to share the changes with his loyal fans through the session. 

Wardle's honest revelation met with support from his well-wishers in the comment section. "Really sorry to hear the sad new about your marriage," one follower commented while also wishing him the very best for his future. 

Another user praised him for being brave enough to let the fans in his private life. She stated, "You are such a lovely person and light up our lives. Take care." "Sending love and prayers for healing," penned one supportive fan.

While Wardle has deleted all pictures of his ex-wife on his Instagram, his tweets about Alisson are still available on Twitter.