Game, set, love! Less than one month after Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor confirmed their reconciliation, the pair stepped out to look at a tennis match.
The Meet the Parents star, 56, and Taylor, 50, had been photographed on the BNP Paribas Open in Indian Wells, California, on Thursday, March 17. Stiller sported a navy polo as he smiled beside his spouse. The Wedding Singer actress, for her half, wore a purple shirt and outsized sun shades as they took within the sport.
The pair’s Thursday outing comes a number of weeks after they revealed they’d rekindled their relationship after separating 4 years earlier.
“Over the course of time, [our relationship] evolved,” the Night on the Museum actor instructed Esquire in an interview revealed final month, noting that he moved again in with Taylor and their youngsters — daughter Ella, 19, and son Quinlan, 16 — amid lockdown for the coronavirus pandemic.
He continued on the time: “We were separated and got back together and we’re happy about that. It’s been really wonderful for all of us. Unexpected, and one of the things that came out of the pandemic. … I think we have a respect for the ways that we’re similar and the ways we’re different. And I think accepting that, you can really appreciate someone more because you’re not trying to get them to change for you.”
The twosome initially met on the set of Heat Vision and Jack in 1999 earlier than tying the knot in May 2000. They confirmed their separation in May 2017, remaining shut as coparents.
“With tremendous love and respect for each other, and the 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made the decision to separate,” Stiller and Taylor instructed Us Weekly in a joint assertion on the time. “Our priority will continue to be raising our children as devoted parents and the closest of friends. We kindly ask that the media respect our privacy at this time.”
Since the pair’s reunion, they’ve been eagerly wanting ahead to this new chapter.
“[Ben’s] a totally different person now — way more grown up and tolerant of himself and his own idiosyncrasies as well as others,” a supply completely instructed Us earlier this month. “They plan to cherish what they have, and both he and Christine are beyond excited about what’s in store for the future.”
Their four-year separation was a “serious eye-opener” for the Zoolander star, the insider added, noting that Stiller centered on self-evaluation amid the pandemic to “stop sweating the small stuff.”
“He missed [Christine] terribly and hated the idea of their kids growing up in a broken home,” the supply continued.
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