The break up: Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife Maria Shriver (seen here in happier times in January 2005) filed for divorce in July 2011 but have yet to finalize their split, per a Friday report from TMZ In accordance to California law, Maria is entitled to half of Arnold's earnings during their 25-year marriage, which include paychecks from huge box-office hits like Terminator 2: Judgment Day, Kindergarten Cop and True Lies. Kennedy Tennis Tournament in 1977 (but had their first official date in 1982), filed for divorce in July 2011 after Maria found out about Arnold's alleged extramarital affair and lovechild with their maid.
Los Angeles (CNN) -- Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver announced Monday that they are "amicably separating," but there was no mention of divorce in their joint statement.
The marriage of Schwarzenegger, a bodybuilder-turned-actor, and Shriver, the niece of President John F.
Kennedy, was considered an unlikely union, especially considering Shriver's deep Democratic roots and Schwarzenegger's Republican leanings.
"At this time, we are living apart, while we work on the future of our relationship," they said.
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Fall 2003: Schwarzenegger's sexual misconduct becomes front-page news as the actor turned political heavyweight begins his run as California governor.
He and Shriver even appear on at which point Shriver defended her husband's much-rumored antics.
Confirmation of their split came just two weeks after the 25th anniversary of their marriage and four months after Schwarzenegger left the California governor's office.