Steve Howey And Sarah Shahi
Steve Howey And Sarah Shahi: Steve Howey is an actor who has acted in many American TV shows and movies. He was part of the famous TV show Reba in which he played the famous character Van Montgomery. He continued acting in many more movies like Supercross, DOA: Dead or Alive, Bride Wars, Game Over, Man!, and Something Borrowed. Sarah Shahi is an Iranian-American television actress and former NFL Cheerleader. She has starred in many TV shows and movies like The L Word, Fairly Legal, Person of Interest, Reverie, City On a Hill, and Rookie. She has constantly featured in the Hot 100 list of Maxim magazine.
Steve Howey And Sarah Shahi Married Life
Steve And Sarah met in 2003 and started dating afterwards. The two got engaged in June 2007 during their vacation in Hawaii. However, they did not get married immediately afterwards. They walked the aisle on February 7, 2009, in Las Vegas. Five months after their marriage, Shahi gave birth to their first child through at-home water birth. In January 2015, the couple announced that they were having twins in January 2015. In March 2020, they gave birth to a boy and a girl.
Steve Howey And Sarah Shahi File For Divorce
It came as a shock to many people when Steve and Sarah decided to file for divorce. They have decided to split after 11 years of their marriage. Shahi has filed for divorce due to ‘irreconcilable differences’ at Los Angeles court on May 4. As per the official records, Shahi has mentioned the date of separation as April 14, 2020. The ex-couple have mentioned that they are happy for the years together and their only focus remains in the upbringing of their children.
Steve Howey And Sarah Shahi Give Joint Statement On Their Divorce
The two did not hide anything from the public and came up with a joint statement regarding their divorce. The statement said, “After much thought and consideration, we have decided to end our marriage. We are so grateful for the past 10 years together and proud of our children that we’ve raised. As we enter into this new phase of our lives, our priority will remain co-parenting our children with so much love, mutual respect, and friendship. And though our relationship is changing, we are committed to continuing our lives as a loving family.”