Clint Eastwood Separation: Legendary Actor and Wife, Dina, Part After 17 Years of Marriage
Aug 30, 2013 01:27 PM EDT | By Dina Exil
Another Hollywood couple has reportedly separated.
Clint Eastwood, 83, has separated from second wife Dina Eastwood after 17-years of marriage, according to Us Weekly.
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A source told the magazine that Dina and Clint remain close, but have been living separate lives for some time. Apparently the two actually split more than a year ago, in June 2012.
"Clint fell out of love with Dina a long time ago," the insider said, noting that the separation was "amicable."
In April, TMZ reported the couple's marriage was "on the rocks."
According to E! News, when the publication reached out for confirmation, the Oscar winner's manager, Leonard Hirshan, said he was not aware of the couple's relationship.
"[I know] nothing about this," Hirshan told E! News. "Clint is shooting a picture right now, unavailable to reach, he doesn't have a press agent and that's all I can tell you."
Clint and Dina, 48, married in March 1996 and welcomed their daughter, Morgan, 9 months later. Dina, a former TV news anchor, co-starred with Morgan on the E! reality series "Mrs. Eastwood & Company" in 2012.
With his first wife Maggie Johnson, Clint welcomed daughter, Alison, and a son, Kyle. The "Million Dollar Baby" director also has seven other children from previous relationships, although he was only married once before
Earlier this week, it was reported that A-list couple Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have split after almost 13 of marriage.
According to reports, the couple medical issues have put a strain on their relationship. The couple who has not been photographed together since April this year, have two children together.
The couple first met in 1998 at the Deauville Film Festival in France and began dating the following year. They were engaged on New Year's Eve of 1999 and co-starred in the 2000 release "Traffic." Douglas and Zeta-Jones tied the knot in 2000 in a fairy tale wedding at Manhattan's Plaza Hotel. The Oscar-nominated couple, have two children together, Dylan 13, and Carys, 10.
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