Demi Moore has finally broken her Twitter silence, nearly a week after the announcement that she and husband Ashton Kutcher would be divorcing.
The actress used a Thanksgiving Day message to make her return to the social media website, tweeting, "Why do we have only 1 day for giving thanks? Is that why so many people feel unappreciated? Make this 1 of 365 days of Thanksgiving!" Perhaps the 49-year-old was feeling thankful for her new-found freedom or maybe it is the support of friends and family at the start of this holiday season that has her feeling so vocal.
Moore announced that she and Kutcher would be ending their six year marriage on November 17th after months of speculation about Kutcher's alleged affairs. The most notable being a Las Vegas rendezvous with 24-year-old Sara Leal, during Kutcher and Moore's anniversary weekend in September.
Kutcher's first words on the split were 140+ characters saying, "I will forever cherish the time I spent with Demi. Marriage is one of the most difficult things in the world and unfortunately sometimes they fail. Love and Light, AK"
Though they seem to have made a few attempts to mend the broken marriage, most recently seeking marriage counseling post-announcement, they seem to be headed down the road of separation.
The pair have always been active Twitter participants. Moore's Twitter handle is @MrsKutcher, despite speculation post-announcement that she'd be searching for a new one -- @DemiMoore is still available -- it looks like she'll be keeping @MrsKutcher, for the time being at least.
Both were once a very vocal tweeters, but both haven't used 140 characters to communicate with the world since November 17th. Just as his soon to be ex-wife did, Kutcher took to Twitter Thursday to express his gratitude. "I'm thankful for family, friends, you, & time to reach my potential. What are you thankful for? #thanksgiving."
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