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Star Magazine - David & Téa's Romantic Caribbean Vacation

What a difference six months can make! Last October, X-Files star David Duchovny and his wife, Téa Leoni, announced that their 11-year marriage was history.

But the couple looked more in love than ever during a romantic getaway on the exotic Caribbean island of Mustique.

“They had dinner at 9 p.m., and David had his arm around Téa just about the entire time they were sitting there,” an eyewitness at Basil’s Bar and Restaurant on March 25 tells Star.

“I saw them kiss each other tenderly on the lips twice at the table. They certainly seemed to be totally in love with each other.

“There were a few bottles of Corona beer on the table, and David and Téa looked really happy, holding hands and laughing.”

The romantic scene would have been inconceivable last October, when the pair (they have two children, daughter West, 9, and son Miller, 6) announced they were separating, due in part to David’s admitted sex addiction.

David, who plays a sex-crazed writer on his critically acclaimed Showtime series, Californication, announced in August, “I have voluntarily entered a facility for the treatment of sex addiction. I ask for respect and privacy for my wife and children as we deal with this situation as a family.”

Pick up the new issue of Star to read more about the romantic getaway and the love tattos they share.

Source: Star Magazine


Radar has a similar e history up at their website:

April 2009

Less than a year since they separated after he checked himself into rehab for sex addiction last August, David Duchovny and Tea Leoni are clearly more in love than ever judging from a recent getaway they took to the Caribbean Island of Mustique at the end of March. The couple -- who married in 1997 and have two children together -- danced the night away at Basil's Bar and Restaurant, lovingly gazing into each other's eyes as they held each other close.

"[David] had his arm around her the whole time they were sitting at their table drinking Corona beers. Twice he reached across to kiss her on the lips," an onlooker said. "They certainly seemed to be in love."

After an evening on the dance floor, the two ended the night on a high note: "David was so happy he actually danced his way out of the room holding Tea's hand."

Source: Radar Online

1 coments:

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad this couple doesn't just give up as a lot do. They had a bad time but at least tried to save their marriage and it looks like it worked. I'm really happy for them.