"Sometimes things just don't work out and that is only one of these," he explained in a announcement . "I need Molly the best."
According to the socket, the celebrity and Hurwitz, 29, began dating in 2018 and became participated in November 2020.
"I decided to have engaged," Perry told People at the time. "Fortunately, I was dating the best woman on the surface of the world currently."
Perry had not shared a photograph of Hurwitz on social media until December 2020 when he submitted two pictures of Hurwitz sporting his limited-edition apparel group prompted by"Friends" to encourage COVID-19 relief.
"You do not have to pose this manner whilst wearing the top, but feel free," he captioned the very first photo of this literary director.
In the second picture, Hurwitz is sporting a hat with the motto,"What is this, a baseball cap?" All the lines are motivated by Perry's iconic character, Chandler Bing.
A rep for the actor didn't immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.
The good thing about the split comes only days after the launch of"Friends: The Reunion" on HBO Max, which saw Perry reunite with his former co-stars Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer to reminisce about the hit sitcom.
Upon the release of the special's first trailer, fans became worried for his wellbeing and health when he had been spotted choking up and slurring his words.
The reunion's manager, Ben Winston, slammed the celebrity's critics and stated that there was nothing wrong with him at all.
"He was fantastic," Winston said on The Hollywood Reporter's podcast"TV's Top Five" recently (through E! News). "Individuals can sometimes just be unkind. I wish they were not. I loved working with him. He is a brilliantly funny guy and I believed he had some fantastic one-liners in the show. I felt just happy and blessed to be in his existence and directing him like this."