Pregnant Kelly Rutherford Files For Divorce

Pregnant Kelly Rutherford Files For Divorce

Gossip Girl actress Kelly Rutherford has filed for divorce from her husband of two years, Daniel Giersch. The papers were filed in Los Angeles on December 30, citing “irreconcilable differences” as the reason for divorce. The couple’s second child is due in June; they are already parents to 2-year-old son Hermés Gustaf Daniel Giersch.

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  1. stacy

    because he’s gay!

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  2. Sarita

    I didn’t see this coming at all! Another 2 children that will never remember living with both their parents…..

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  3. melanie

    ahh, man that is unexpected!
    i did the exact same thing at 8 months pregnant with my 2nd girl, trust me it’s not easy to have your children live like that sandra!

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  4. Peta

    I think I got whiplash from this. Never saw this coming at all.

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  5. Julia

    Wow, my gosh, I thought with another baby coming they would be more united than ever but apparently not…That’s too bad !

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  6. shirilicious

    I echo all the comments above. Didn’t see this coming. What happened that she filed a divorce so shortly after Christmas and just a few weeks pregnant?

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  7. Anonymous

    he was afraid she’d insist on naming the kid after another handbag designer

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  8. This is sad since she is currently prego.

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  9. Vandy

    kind of off the wall, but they kind of look like brother/sister to me.
    And #7….LOL!!!

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  10. Layla

    Number 1. You beat me to it.

    And yes. They do look like brother and sister.

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  11. Dea

    LOL@#7!but all the seriousness, this is not a surprise though..rumour has it that he is gay.

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  12. popsykl

    if he is gay he sure went out with a bang!!!!!

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  13. How very unfortunate for the children involved. Personally, I’m in favor of a law that helps “encourage” couples to abstain from having children until the marriage is proven stable – a term of 5 years at least. Perhaps instead of child tax credits, something like childlessness tax credits…

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