Cat Cora's Wife Just Filed For Divorce. Here's What We Know So Far

After just three years, it appears that the once-happy marriage of Iron Chef, Cat Cora, and music producer Nicole Ehrlich, is not long for this world. Ehrlich filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Courts last week, according to People

The pair were married on April 21, 2018 in California, in a tasteful ceremony that involved a sushi bar and a wedding cake selected through contest submissions (via Instagram). At the time of the wedding, Cora told US Weekly: "Today was such a magical day. I married the love of my life ... To share our love and commitment to one another ... was a dream come true." Cora and Ehrlich were raising six children together — Cora has four sons from her previous marriage to Jennifer Cora, and Ehrlich has two sons from her previous partnership with Rosa Ehrlich, per People.

At this time, there has been no word from either Ehrlich or Cora as to the grounds for divorce or what prompted Ehrlich to file, but the restaurateur has hinted at some recent changes on her social media platforms.

Despite filing for divorce, Cat Cora's wife continued posting heart emojis

However, Cat Cora has done quite a bit of posting on Instagram in the days preceding and following Nicole Ehrlich's filing, including an April 24 Instagram post indicating she was in Mississippi for the Sipp & Savor Annual Food & Drink Experience — to which Ehrlich replied with three heart emojis. In an April 26 post, the week that Ehrlich filed for divorce (per The Blast), Cora posted a photo of herself along with a contemplative message: "Even when you have doubts, take that step. Take chances. Mistakes are never a failure — they can be turned into wisdom." Ehrlich replied to this with three heart emojis as well.

On May 1, Cat Cora posted a photo of herself on Instagram in a meditative pose, accompanied by a quote from Buddhist teacher Pema Chödrön (via The Cut): "When we resist change, it's called suffering. But when we can completely let go and not struggle against it, when we can embrace the groundlessness of our situation and settle into its dynamic quality, that's called enlightenment." This particular quote came from Chödrön's 2012 book, "Living Beautifully With Uncertainty and Change," according to Goodreads.

While it is impossible to know what "change" Cora might have been referring to, one change that we couldn't help observing is that Ehrlich did not reply and has not replied to any of Cora's Instagram posts since. In fact, Ehrlich has not posted anything to her own Instagram feed since April 22.