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Just a few hours after I wrote about how it looked like Keri Russell was headed for a divorce her rep told Kneepads that the couple of seven years had split and it happened last summer. You don't really see Keri Russell with her kids that much. She never really has seemed the hands on parent type. The digging will be done to see when the last time she saw them or was photographed wit them and then she will probably show up with both of them at some place where she can be conveniently photographed with them looking very motherly and her soon to be rich ex-husband not in the frame. From what I can piece together it looks like he has the kids full-time so he will get a lot of child support and spousal support and she has definitely gone from no work to lots of work since they have been married so I'm assuming she will be paying at least $250K a year to him and it might be closer to $500K. Meanwhile Keri will be free to pursue that relationship she has been keeping under wraps for several months.
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