Sylvester Stalone appeared in public with his wife after the canceled divorce
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Last week, a judge dropped the divorce proceedings as the couple filed a voluntary notice that they had changed their minds about divorcing.
76-year-old actor Sylvester Stallone and his 54-year-old wife Jennifer Flavin showed the world that they managed to overcome the family crisis and changed their minds about divorce by appearing together on the red carpet of the Ralph Lauren show at the Huntington Library in San Marino with their daughters Sistine and Sophia.
Jennifer showed off her model figure in a fitted brown off-the-shoulder floor-length dress, which she complemented with a snakeskin handbag. She added a twist to her look by wearing a chunky gold necklace and small gold earrings. With the help of makeup, Flavin emphasized her eyes by drawing arrows, highlighted her cheekbones with light blush, and covered her lips with nude lipstick.
In turn, Sly wore a brown suede jacket over a cream cashmere sweater and white trousers. He completed the look with a pair of brown crocodile boots.
As for the outfits of the daughters, Sistine looked great in a champagne-colored silk slip dress with a fashionable motorcycle jacket draped over her shoulders. The ensemble was completed with a brown suede handbag and sandals. Her sister opted for a similar look, wearing a white silk slip dress. The image was complemented by a white handbag, a silver checkered jacket and sandals.
The couple and their daughters looked very pleased, and it is impossible to even think that a couple of months ago Flavin filed for divorce in connection with financial claims against her husband, with over 25 years old.
A judge formally dropped the case last week as the couple filed a voluntary divorce notice in Palm Beach County, Florida and are “together and very happy” .
According to spiteful critics, the couple decided to save the marriage not so much because of great love, but because of their unwillingness to share money and real estate, of which the family has a lot.