Are Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver reconciling?
Late last month, People magazine reported that the former couple spent Christmas together with their children at their Brentwood home.
UPDATE: Shriver was photographed in Beverly Hills Tuesday wearing something on her wedding ring finger -- though it's unclear from TMZ's photo if it's a wedding band or not.
If the pair do ultimately call off their divorce, they wouldn't be the first celebrity couple to do so. Here, five other celebrity couples that separated... and then gave marriage another shot.
Stephanie Seymour filed for divorce from her billionaire husband Peter Brant in March 2009, accusing him of harassing and intimidating their three children. Brant fired back, claiming that the former supermodel "frequently drinks" while popping pills to treat an opioid addiction. According to the New York Times, the case "generated more than 12,000 pages of public divorce documents (with thousands more sealed), paid millions of dollars in lawyers' fees, and fractured an already delicate cadre of family and friends forced to take sides." What was expected to be the “knockdown, dragout celeb divorce trial of the year,” ended abruptly in September 2010 when the pair reconciled. They were recently spotted enjoying a family vacation in St. Barts.
Pink and husband Carey Hart split briefly in 2008 after 2 years of marriage. The singer announced the breakup on her website, writing, "One never knows the future, but mine and Carey's just might involve beach babies and sunshine one day. Just not right now.” Turns out she was right—the pair reconciled and now Pink is pregnant with their first child.
After a highly publicized affair with Sienna Miller in 2008, Balthazar Getty reconciled with Rosetta, his wife of 10 years and mother to their four children. Balthazar opened up to Harper’s Bazaar in September 2010 about the reconciliation. “It was a very challenging time for everybody involved," he said, "but I loved and missed my family too much not to make it work. Rosetta is understanding enough and spiritual enough to let us try. In a way it--I don't know...I feel like we're better than we've ever been."
Iconic couple Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton were married in March 1964. Their affair—and subsequent engagement—caused quite the scandal; they were both married to other people at the time. During their initial 10-year marriage they were one of Hollywood’s most high-profile couple—their 1974 divorce after 10 years of marriage was highly publicized. Sixteen months later, the pair secretly remarried. Their second marriage lasted only two years.
Foreigner’s Mick Jones split with his wife Ann Dexter-Jones for eight years before reconciling in October 2010. The pair remained friends despite the divorce, and sources told The New York Post that their kids are “thrilled” they’re back together, 23 years after they first got married.