Kevin Costner, the Hollywood actor, is going through a separation from his wife Christine Baumgartner after being married for 18 years. They have three children together, Cayden (16), Hayes (14), and Grace (12), and Costner has four other children from previous relationships.

The couple met in 1999 and made their relationship public in 2000. They announced their engagement in 2003 and held their wedding ceremony in September 2004 at Costner’s ranch in Colorado. While they occasionally share glimpses of their family life on social media, their relationship has mostly been kept private.

Costner, although private about his personal life, has emphasized the significance of his family in his life. In a 2017 interview with Good Housekeeping, he revealed that he feels most content and joyous when he is with his family. He also stated that the key to a prosperous marriage is being truly in love.

Christine Baumgartner discussed the parenting approach of the couple in a 2019 interview, which focuses on communication and spending quality family time. They frequently take their children on trips and vacations to expose them to various cultures and lifestyles.

It is not known why the couple is getting divorced and it is not clear if they have a prenuptial agreement. Costner has accumulated a considerable amount of wealth throughout his three-decade-long career in Hollywood, with an estimated net worth of approximately $250 million.

Kevin Costner is a famous actor known for his roles in well-known movies like “Dances with Wolves,” “Field of Dreams,” “The Bodyguard,” and “Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.” He has won multiple awards throughout his career, including two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, a Primetime Emmy Award, and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. In his recent work, he played the character John Dutton in the TV series “Yellowstone.”

The outcome of the divorce proceedings is still uncertain and it is not clear how the couple’s assets will be split and what arrangements will be made for their children’s custody.