Sylvester Stallone’s Wife Jennifer Flavin Feels Heard and Appreciated After Calling Off Divorce – A source made it known that Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin are “working hard” on their marriage after reconciling. After calling off their divorce, Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin are working to save their relationship. A source close to the couple tells said, “They have moved past many negative issues and are working hard to make their marriage work. They really don’t want a divorce. They both agree that they have issues. There is no blame.”
“Everything is being dealt with in a very mature way and it seems to work,” the source adds. “Jen is very happy. Sly is the love of her life. She was just frustrated and needed changes. She is getting those changes now. She loves that Sly is making an effort. She feels heard and appreciated.”
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Stallone, 76, and Flavin, 54, attended the Ralph Lauren SS23 Runway Show in California with Stallone’s daughters Sophia and Sistine on Thursday. They also share daughter Scarlet. The actor is also dad to son Seargeoh from his previous marriage to Sasha Czack, and his son Sage, whom he shares with Czack, died unexpectedly in 2012.
The family was pictured together at the occasion, and a TikTok video of them getting ready for the outing displayed their various outfits. Sistine, 24, posted the video on her Instagram account with the caption “Family outing.” When Flavin filed for divorce from Stallone in August after 25 years of marriage, Stallone said in a statement they were “amicably and privately addressing these personal issues.” A month later, on Sept. 23, it was confirmed that Flavin and Stallone reconciled and called off the divorce.
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“They’ve decided to let it ride again,” a source made it known at the time. “They just decided to reverse course and try again.” In her divorce filing, Flavin had alleged that the actor “engaged in the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or waste of marital assets which has had an adverse economic impact on the marital estate,” which he denied.