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Halle Berry reunites with Olivier Martinez for family holiday

Published 21/03/2016

Halle Berry
Halle Berry

Halle Berry is back on friendly terms with estranged husband Olivier Martinez.

Actress Halle Berry has reunited with her estranged husband Olivier Martinez to jet off on a family vacation.

The Oscar winner split from Olivier in October (15), after two years of marriage, and they both subsequently filed papers for divorce in a Los Angeles court.

The former couple has kept a low profile in recent months, but on Monday (21Mar16), Halle and Olivier were photographed together as they arrived at Los Angeles International Airport to board a flight with their two-year-old son Maceo and the actress' eight-year-old daughter Nahla, from her prior relationship with French-Canadian model Gabriel Aubry.

According to, the estranged pair is now back on friendly terms, but sources claim there is "no chance" of the actors rekindling a romance, despite putting on a united front for the family getaway.

At the time of their separation, Halle and French actor Olivier insisted they would work together to keep the split amicable for the sake of their baby boy.

"It is with a heavy heart that we have come to the decision to divorce," they wrote in a statement issued by their representatives.

"We move forward with love and respect for one another and the shared focus for what is best for our son. We wish each other nothing but happiness in life, and we hope that you respect our, and most importantly our children's privacy, as we go through this difficult period."

The stars tied the knot in France in July, 2013.

The divorce will be the Monster's Ball actress' third failed marriage - she was previously wed to former baseball player David Justice and singer Eric Benet.

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