When we get married, we all dream of living our own love story, of having found the person with whom we will spend our whole lives, with whom we will grow old and be happy forever. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and on many occasions we realize that the healthiest thing is a divorce. Not at all what one dreamed of when getting married.
However, divorces do not have to define our lives. Here are 10 cases of famous people who went through divorce proceedings and who are happier than ever today.
1. Katie Holmes
Katie Holmes was married to Tom Cruise for six years. In 2012 he filed for divorce citing “irreconcilable differences” and asking for custody of his daughter Suri. The actor’s attachment to Scientology is believed to have been a major trigger for the separation, in addition to his controlling tendencies.
You may feel consumed by what people say, but there comes a point where you decide to do things on your own terms. I am managing to do the projects that I have always wanted.
The famous singer was married to philanthropist Simon Konecki for just under two years, but their relationship was very long and they even have a small son. In 2019, Adele filed for divorce, but assures that there is a cordial relationship between her and her ex. It won’t be long until his highly anticipated new album comes out, 30, and she hopes she can use her music to explain the separation to her son. In various interviews, he has implied that with his divorce, what he was looking for was to find his true happiness.
Neither of us hurt each other or anything like that. It just went like this: I want my son to see me really love and be loved. It is very important to me.
3. Angelina Jolie
The beautiful actress’s relationship with actor Brad Pitt is possibly the most famous of our time, because who didn’t love to see Brangelina on the red carpet? They seemed one-to-one, until their legal separation process began in 2016. Although there are not many details of the divorce, it is known that Brad had problems with alcohol consumption and this began to affect his family life.
I just want my family to heal. And I want us all to move on – everyone, including [a Brad]. I want us to heal and have peace. We will always be a family.
4. Anna Faris
After almost 10 years of marriage, in 2018 Anna Faris divorced Chris Pratt, with whom she has a nine-year-old son. Although she admits that it was difficult at first, over time it has turned out to be a very revealing process that has made her reflect on how she handles her relationships.
I think that after every breakup, there comes a point where you realize that you ignored and let a lot of things happen, and it shouldn’t be like that.
5. Megan Fox
Megan Fox was married to actor Brian Austin Green for 10 years, during which they had three children. The determining factor in the relationship was Megan’s experience shooting the movie. Midnight on the Switchgrass away from Brian, in which she realized that freedom was more with her.
I realized that when I was out of the country working alone I felt more like myself and I liked that experience more.
6. Jenna Council
The actress and dancer was married to actor Channing Tatum for nine years and has a daughter with him. For a long time they were one of the most beloved couples in the medium, which is why when they announced their separation in 2018, they took the world by surprise. Fortunately, today Jenna claims that she has found happiness.
I realized that the dynamic I was in was not working for me or my daughter. Now I can honestly say that I am living a life full of joy, and I am very happy about it.
7. Katy Perry
Years ago, the singer had a relationship with musician Russell Brand, with whom she was married for a little over a year. It all fell apart when Russell filed for divorce via text message on New Year’s Eve. While this would destroy anyone, currently, Katy is the happiest woman next to Orlando Bloom, with whom she has a daughter.
At first I felt a lot of responsibility for how things had happened, but later I realized that the marriage had not ended because of me; it was not in my hands. So I’m over it.
8. Nicole Kidman
Like Katie Holmes, Nicole was married to Tom Cruise, with whom she adopted two children who were left with Tom when they divorced. Their 11-year marriage began when Nicole was 23 and Tom was 28. As in the case of Katie, Scientology is believed to have had an influence on the relationship, rumors fueled by the fact that the actress was not invited. to the wedding of her son, an avid follower of this church, in 2019. Currently, the Australian is married to the singer of country Keith Urban, with whom he has two children.
In many ways, I was a child when I married and was still a child when I separated.
9. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West took showbiz by storm in 2012 when the news broke that she was expecting a baby, and two years later in 2014 when they finally tied the knot. However, earlier this year they announced their separation. Kim has since said that realizing that she no longer connected with her husband was a very sad moment. But there is not nothing to worry! The socialite and businesswoman does not stop for nothing and this year, like all the others, was full of successful projects.
After turning 40 I realized that I do not want a husband who lives in another world far from me. Before I thought that was fabulous, but now I feel sad about it.
10. Tina Turner
The famous singer was married to Ike Turner, who was her artistic partner and manager in the 1960s and ’70s. The marriage was heavily abusive, and Tina says that, more than 40 years after the divorce, “she continues to have nightmares.” The divorce left her broke, but like a phoenix, Tina was reborn and had a very successful solo career on the music scene. rock Americana, from which he retired in 2013, after an impressive career spanning more than 50 years.
I’m strong. I lived through a divorce and being separated from my family. I never let that break me.
I am Derek Black, an author of World Stock Market. I have a degree in creative writing and journalism from the University of Central Florida. I have a passion for writing and informing the public. I strive to be accurate and fair in my reporting, and to provide a voice for those who may not otherwise be heard.