Russell Crowe Hopes to Reconcile with Estranged Wife Danielle Spencer

By Mradula Mahajan | 1 year ago
Russell Crowe Hopes to Reconcile with Estranged Wife Danielle Spencer

The “Gladiator” star, Russell Crowe is a one-woman-man. Russell, who separated from his wife Danielle Spencer in October 2012 hopes to reconcile with her soon. He reportedly told CBS This Morning that he didn’t marry to get divorced.

Russell Crowe, 51 and Danielle Spencer, 45 were in an on and off relationship during the year 1989 but finally tied the knot on 7th April, 2003 on Russell’s 39th birthday. The couple then too had a very thin-string bond which got strong and stronger when the two finally got married.


The couple share two kids, Charles Spencer Crowe, 11 and Tennyson Spencer Crowe, 8. The two had separated in 2012 but didn’t divorce and according to Russell Crowe, he is in no mood to take that highway. He insists that he is persistent about his woman and will win her back sooner or later.

The Australian singer and the Australian actor had done one movie together in 1990, “The Crossing”. The Academy Award winner actor also added that he has loved Spencer since 1989 and nothing is ever going to change that.

Russell Crowe was also reported as getting romantic with Meg Ryan on the sets of film “Proof of Life” but that seems to have not affected his relationship with wife Danielle Spencer.

Meanwhile, Danielle Spencer had been reported by Woman’s Day that she had been dating 44-year-old Jamie Durie, TV personality since late last year. But when contacted she has denied any such rumours and cleared her name, Jamie Durie has also denied of any such relationship brewing between the two.

The rumours took flight when Danielle and Jamie were seen flirting at Melbourne Cup after-party in November, 2014.

Well, we hope that all these rumours take no ground and Russell Crowe is able to get back with his wife Danielle Spencer as soon as he can.

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