Nikki Reed has split from her husband Paul McDonald. She recently stepped out into the great outdoors to get some fresh air.
Nikki Reed was seen coming out of an LA gym. This is the first time she was spotted by the paparazzi in public after her separation from hubby Paul McDonald. She got a bear hug from a colleague and friend.
Nikki is a fundamental member of the cast of the Twilight Saga series on television. Her finger didn’t have any ring on it which showed that she was single and available to future beaus. Nikki and her husband had been living apart from each other over the past half year or so.
This of course was due to career hassles which both faced with a stoic attitude. However, despite the separation, the two will remain on amiable terms with each other. There are no hard feelings between Nikki and Paul.
Nikki's representative told People, "After much consideration, Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald are ending their marriage. They have been living separately for the past six months due to work obligations."
"They will continue to share their love of music, and are still working on their debut album, I'm Not Falling, releasing in 2014. They remain best friends and look forward to their continued journey together."
Nikki and Paul married three year ago. Paul was quite a sensation on American Idol. Just a few weeks ago they shared an Instagram regarding their wedding anniversary. But now they have parted ways.
Nikki Reed meanwhile is slowly starting to get used to life without a husband and protector. She has begun venturing out and is getting the hang of being single once again.
She and her husband had ended their relationship after careful thought and cogent consideration. They had taken the decision in each others best interests. But the love of music that both husband and wife share will be expressed via an album which will be out soon.
Couples that separate often remain good friends afterwards. Such is the case of Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald. They don’t hold grudges against each other and have not made the choice without some mutual understanding. Sometimes things do not work out between two individuals who are poles apart and so the best thing to do is to call it quits.