Arnold Schwarzenegger On Hopes Of Reconciliation With Ex Wife maria Shriver Says He’s Still In Love Her
Arnold Schwarzenegger is desperate to get back his ex wife and save his 25 years married life. So he went to Germany’s top newspaper telling he still loves Maria Shriver and wants to reconcile with her.
The actor and former California governor is quoted in an interview in Germany’s top-selling newspaper saying “We’re not fighting any war. I still hope for reconciliation. I still love Maria.” Arnold also quoted in Tuesday’s Bild newspaper as saying that despite their separation, he spent Christmas with Shriver and their children. The four children he had with Ms Shriver during their 25-year marriage are Katherine, 23, Christina, 21, Patrick, 19, and Christopher, 15.
Ms Shriver, a journalist, is the daughter of Eunice Kennedy Shriver, who was a sister to President John F. Kennedy, Sen. Robert Kennedy, and Sen. Ted Kennedy. She also served as the First Lady of California while her husband was in office, filed for divorce last year after 25 years of marriage following the action star’s sensational affair with their housekeeper, and the eventual confession that he fathered a child with her.
Funny, since Arnold was spotted out partying with a 25-year-old chick over the summer and he doesn’t love Maria enough to give her half of the autobiography profits even though Maria’s relationship with Arnold is all over the book.
Maria filed for divorce in 2011 after 25 years of marriage following Schwarzenegger’s admission he fathered a child with the family’s housekeeper, Mildred Baena. He has also admitted to other affairs.
In a 2012 memoir titled “Total Recall,” Schwarzenegger detailed how he was seemingly blindsided by his wife when she confronted him about the sordid affair. “The minute we sat down, the therapist turned to me and said, ‘Maria wanted to come here today and to ask about a child – whether you fathered a child with your housekeeper Mildred,’” he wrote in the book. “I told the therapist, ‘It’s true.”
He also wrote that many years before the big reveal, Shriver asked him if the maid’s child was his, but he adamantly denied it at the time. “I realized there was little doubt that he was my son,” he admitted in the book. But even then the “Terminator” star had hopes of reconciliation. Towards the end of the memoir he wrote, “You can call this denial, but it’s the way my mind works.”
The former governor of California has returned to his acting roots, recently starring in the box- office feature “The Last Stand,” his first leading role since the 2003 blockbuster “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.” However, he told Live that he has no intentions of taking things easy as his age progresses.
“Retiring? That’s not my style,” he said.
Meanwhile Shriver is lips sealed about the prospect of any sort of reconciliation. But the relationship between Arnold and the couple’s children seems to be on the brighter side who recently attended the German and Los Angeles premieres of “Last Stand” together.
Well he loves her for sure! Sure have a funny way of showing it!