They’ve been at odds since filing for divorce last week, but yesterday (April 22) Larry King and Shawn Southwick looked to be getting along rather well.
The CNN host and his lovely wife chatted and enjoyed each other’s company as they watched their son’s baseball game, lending some validity to claims that they may call off the divorce.
They’ve had their dirty marital laundry aired out in the public as of late, but Larry King was receiving warnings from his friends about his wife Shawn long ago.
According to a report, the CNN host, who is 26 years his wife’s senior, has been very generous with his considerable wealth and that was what drew Shawn to him.
Looking as if they may be having a change of heart, Larry King and Shawn Southwick may not be headed for a divorce after all.
Chatting with People magazine, King's lawyer Dennis Wasser said, "There's a 50-50 chance this divorce is not happening."
While their currently in the midst of parting ways, Larry King and Shawn Southwick didn't show any signs off ill feeling while out in Los Angeles on Thursday (April 15).
The soon-to-be ex-couple walked arm-in-arm just a day after they both filed for divorce after 13-years of marriage.
With multiple divorces already under his belt, it comes as a bit of a shocker that Larry King does not have a prenuptial agreement with soon-to-be ex-wife Shawn Southwick.
Having amassed a net worth somewhere around $144 million from his television/book endeavors, King now must dish out cash to his legal team to try and save as much of his back account as possible.
It seems that there are more and more cases of celebrity infidelity as of late, and now Larry King is in the news for cheating on his wife.
The “Larry King Live” host reportedly had an explosive fight with his wife Shawn Southwick on Wednesday morning that led to them both filing for divorce, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
Unable to work through their differences, Larry King has filed for divorce from his country singer wife Shawn Southwick.
The 76-year-old anchorman filed papers in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Wednesday (April 14), citing "irreconcilable differences" as the reason for the collapse of their 13-year marriage.