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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Crowe's wife 'disgusted' by his physique

Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe's wife Danielle Spencer is reportedly unimpressed by her husband's "doughy" frame.

The 48-year-old Australian actor and the 43-year-old singer-songwriter have been married since 2003.

Russell's weight has fluctuated throughout the years between various roles.

Apparently Danielle would like Russell to recapture some of his Academy Award-winning Gladiator performance.

She doesn't find her spouse's current state of pudginess appealing and has been exerting pressure on him to get back into shape.

"Danielle was disgusted with how he let himself go," a source told Star magazine.

"She needled him for months about how old, grizzled, and doughy he'd gotten."

Russell is now apparently involved in a gruelling exercise regimen.

It is said that he has already lost 15 of his 20lb weight loss goal.

"He's treating getting in shape for Danielle like it's a full-time job," the insider said.

The couple share two sons together-Charles, nine, and Tennyson, six.

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