Ashley Judd admits she will always love her husband Dario Franchitti following rumours they have reunited after splitting early last year.
Ashley Judd will always love Dario Franchitti.
The 'Divergent' actress sparked rumours late last year that she had reunited with her Scottish husband, 40, from whom she separated in January 2013 after 11 years of marriage, after she rushed to support him when he was injured in a crash at the Houston Grand Prix in Texas in October.
The 45-year-old star admits that their relationship has been complicated but told the April issue of Ladies' Home Journal magazine: ''He'll always be my loved one. Even before our wedding, we agreed not to tell people about our relationship, but to show them instead. What we're showing them now is we're human, we're family, and this is what family looks like.''
The duo reportedly decided to give their marriage another chance in November after Dario's crash brought them closer together again.
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