Belfast Telegraph

Monday 21 April 2014

Danny DeVito ‘loved up with wife’

Danny DeVito

Danny DeVito is reportedly hoping to "blot out" the past by renewing his vows to wife Rhea Perlman.

The actor is married to Rhea Perlman, but in October last year the couple announced their separation after 40 years together.

In March this year they reportedly reunited, with rumours circulating they are planning to renew their wedding vows.

National Enquirer writes the pair intend to do just that in a private ceremony in their favourite holiday destination, Mexico.

"He's acting like a little schoolboy in love, and wants to blot out the memory of their once-broken marriage by renewing their vows," smiled an insider to the publication.

"Danny can't stop talking about how lucky he is that Rhea's given him a second chance."

It was claimed the couple separated because of the attention Danny received from female fans and his "womanising" ways.

The 68-year-old is said to have worked hard to get his wife back, lavishing her with gifts such as spa holidays.

It seems his efforts have paid off and the pair are now happily reunited.

"Now, it’s on the mend," an insider recently assured RadarOnline.

"Danny hasn’t got a better friend on this planet than Rhea. They are the perfect couple, share the same playful sense of humour and were made for each other."

According to National Enquirer, the renewal of vows will take place in front of immediate family.

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