Sylvester Stallone and his wife By Jennifer Flavin divorce yes called off. Sly’s rep confirmed the news on September 23, telling Page six, “They decided to meet again at home, where they talked and could find out their differences. Both are extremely happy.” Before their reconciliation was announced, both couples requested an “annulment order” to halt their Florida separation, according to documents obtained by HollywoodLife on September 22.
The Rocky The 76-year-old actor and 54-year-old former model were married for 25 years before they decided to split in August, only to reconcile the following month. Sylvester’s Representative Michelle Bega gave HollywoodLife this statement from the Oscar nominee at the time the breakup was announced: “I love my family. We are dealing with these personal matters in a friendly and private manner. “
Before their brief split, it was suspected that the couple of more than two decades had broken up when pictures of Sly were covered with his wife’s tattoos on Instagram. At that time, Jennifer also shared a part confusing post on her Instagram with her three daughters. The August 10 group hug photo was captioned, “These girls are my priority, nothing else matters. 4 of us forever #truth #family #forever. “
Sylvester’s marriage to Jennifer was not his first. Two other women – Sasha Czack and Brigitte Nielsen – walked down the aisle with Rambo Super star. Here’s what you need to know about his wife and previous marriages.
Sylvester first met Jennifer in 1988, when she was a 19-year-old Valley Girl visiting Hollywood, according to EVERYONE. She met Stallone, who was in her 40s, at a restaurant. But, there was an attraction, and in 1990, the two made their relationship public at an event in Los Angeles.
The early days of the marriage were a bit bumpy. Stallone broke up with her via FexEx, per People. “He sent me a six-page, handwritten letter, in ink,” she said in a 1994 interview. “It was pretty sloppy.” Jennifer later found out Stallone dumped her because he had an affair with the supermodel Janice Dickinson.
Janice gave birth to a baby girl and Sylvester was rumored to be the father. “It hit me like a ton of bricks,” Flavin said EVERYONE. “I didn’t know this was going to happen. We talked about having a baby, about me getting pregnant. We picked names, ticked the ones he liked and I liked. However, a paternity test revealed that Sylvester was not the biological father, and he ended the relationship.
Sly and Jennifer reconciled in 1995. They welcome their first child, Sophia Rose Stallonein 1996. The following year, they were married at a civil ceremony at The Dorchester Hotel in London, each EVERYONE. This was followed by a more elaborate prayer service at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire. Only a handful of people attended the event, and despite Stallone’s history of infidelity, it seems Sophia’s arrival has made it difficult for him.
The couple welcomes their daughter Sistine Rose in 1998 and Scarlet Rose in 2002. Twenty years after Scarlet’s arrival, Jennifer and Sylvester celebrated 25 years as husband and wife.
“The third is seduction” seems to apply to Stallone’s married life. His first marriage came when he married a photographer Sasha Czack in December 1974. They divorced in February 1985. Over ten years together, the two welcomed a son Sage Stallone (who died of heart disease at the age of 36 in 2012) and Seargeoh.
Stallone’s marriage to Czack was a tumultuous one. He went out to follow her Paradise Lane in 1978. “I discovered real fear for the first time,” he said Rolling Stone in 1982. “Fear of losing what I have achieved. Before, I didn’t care. I went bankrupt.”
“I have become a [recluse],” Sylvester said, adding that he resented his family and had an affair. “But the most dramatic change was my values. I actually became jealous and coveted the success of others. When I did all of that, I was so far away from whatever it took, such as talent, to be Rocky, I thought I had lost everything. I thought I couldn’t get any more motivation back. I feel like I’ve really slipped.”
While married to Sasha, Sylvester begins a public relationship with Susan Anton. He and Susan broke up, Sylvester began to miss his wife and children. Before bringing him back, Susan tells Sylvester to take control of his personal demons and existential crisis. “She knew that if I went back at that time, I would end up leaving again. In other words, there are too many loose ends. Go out and solve the mystery,” he said.
While Sasha and Sly reconciled, their marriage didn’t last much longer than the 1980s.
Sylvester Stallone divorced Sasha Czack in February 1985. By December 1985, he was married to Brigitte Nielsen. Brigitte is said to have introduced himself to Sly by sending a provocative photo of her into his hotel room, the 1980s equivalent of an aerial drop photo. Brigitte is married to Danish musician Kasper Winding, and Stallone is still married to Sasha. However, when both Sly and Brigitte finalized their divorce, they tightened the knot.
The union lasted about 19 months. “It was a terrible marriage,” she said Guardians in 2019. He’s almost twice her age and the gap is too wide for them to cross. “People see you as the bad guy,” she said Guard. “After leaving Sylvester, I felt like I had been blacklisted for a long time. I almost affirm that if I hadn’t appeared in the public eye with this famous man, it would never have happened. But they always think: after Stallone, who will be next? “
In this disastrous marriage, Nielsen plays Ludmilla Drago, the wife of Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren), in 1985 Rocky IV. She reprized her role in Creed II, 33 years after first playing the character. “My heart beats really fast,” she said EVERYONE about the first day of filming the boxing epic.
“In 1985, I married Sylvester, and this time I am the ex-wife,” she said. “But it’s amazing to have half the cast there 32 years later. Who could dream that you get the same roles years later? “
As for how both make this sequel work? “We were two experts, and we kept it that way,” she said. “He is in the American corner, and I am in the Russian corner. We’re on opposite sides, but it’s bearable. “