It’s been nothing but drama inside the Stallone home lately. At least, that’s what we’ve heard. The attention was all focused on Sylvester Stallone and his wife of 25 years, Jennifer Flavin. They were seemingly headed for a nasty split, giving up after more than two decades. They were among one of Hollywood’s most-enduring marriages … and now they were calling it quits.
Or maybe not.
As relayed by the New York Post, Stallone and Flavin appear to have worked out their differences and made the decision to carry on together.
“They decided to meet back up at home, where they talked and were able to work out their differences,” Stallone’s rep told Page Six. “They are both extremely happy.”
Stallone, 76, and Flavin, 54, agreed that “that is in the best interests of each of them individually, and more importantly collectively as a family, to resolve all issues attendant to the dissolution of their marriage in a dignified, amicable and private manner out-of-court,” per a Florida Court filing.
Stallone shared pictures of his family on Instagram, including one in which he is walking and holding hands with Flavin.
Sylvester Stallone Shares Image on Instagram
The couple, married in 1997, shares three daughters together — Scarlet, 20, Sistine, 24, and Sophia, 26.
The decision to stay together follows what was clearly some, well, rocky times. Flavin told People in late August that the marriage was ending.
“I’m sad to announce that after 25 years of marriage I have filed for divorce from my husband Sylvester Stallone,” she said at the time. “While we will no longer be married, I will always cherish the more than 30-year relationship that we shared, and I know we are both committed to our beautiful daughters. I ask for privacy for our family as we amicably move forward.”
Now, however, they are going through with something a lot more divorcing couples really should consider. That would be reconciliation.
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