Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver spark suspicion they want to rekindle relationship as they 'put divorce on hold'
She filed for divorce in July 2011after a cheating scandal rocked their marriage.
But Maria Shriver is reportedly not ready to give up on her relationship with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
The 57-year-old doesn’t feel hurried to finalise their legal separation, apparently because it will not change her life, according to TMZ.
Getting back together? Maria Shriver is apparently in no rush to divorce Arnold Schwarzenegger
The journalist and 65-year-old actor are said to be worth around $400 million together and it has already been agreed that they will split their fortune equally.
The parents of Christina, Katherine, 23, Patrick, 19, Christopher, 15, and have worked out custody issues for their youngest.
Additionally she purchased a $10 million home just three miles away from their family house in Brentwood, California after spending 25 years together.
Unfaithful: The 65-year-old actor admitting to fathering a love child fro their housekeeper in 2011
However, the website reports that they have put proceedings for an official split on hold.
Apparently Maria and Arnold have been constantly changing their mind about whether they want a romance.
They have revealed to friends how sometimes they desire to rekindle their love and at other moments they still want to break up.
But more recently Maria has been for the idea of completing the process as Arnold is rumoured to have been dating someone else.
At the weekend the entire clan was together to watch Christina graduate from Georgetown University.
On May 17, 2011, Arnold publicly admitted to fathering a child with a long-time member of their household staff, Mildred Patricia Baena.
Happy families? The pair attended their daughter Christina's graduation at the weekend
The scandal was 14 years earlier and secretly happened before his election as Governor of California.
He confessed to his wife after she confronted him with the information.
Maria had confirmed her suspicions about the child during a discussion with the worker.