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Maria Shriver "Very Worried" About Divorce's Effect on Her Children

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Maria Shriver, 55, is said to be very worried about her children now that she has decided to divorce her husband Arnold Schwarzenegger, 63.  As more news leaks of Arnold’s duplicity it is clear that he took his marriage vows to Maria very slightly even thought they were married twenty five years.  Maria is now worried about the effect the divorce will have on their children.

Maria does not want them to be collateral damage on what is gearing up to possibly be a messy divorce and she is is determined to protect their children Katherine, 21, Christina, 19, Patrick, 17, and Christopher, 13.

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Maria is starting to move on from the split and it is doubtful a reunion is in the cards. Considering it was publicly revealed that Arnold fathered a child named Joseph, now 13, with the family’s former housekeeper Mildred ‘Patty’ Baena.  Add to that photos have leaked of Arnold partying with a stripper and rumors  of him inappropriate “groping” female staff members and subordinates make that seem impossible.

A source told Radaronline: “Maria has already begun to move on from her failed marriage. She and Arnold do talk, they have to – they have four children together. It’s very likely that they will iron out a divorce settlement before they even file, and that is the goal.

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“Maria knows that even though there will be a point when she is no longer married to Arnold, they will still have four children together. She doesn’t want the children to be collateral damage in all of this.”

I feel sorry for her to be humiliate publicly by your husband cannot be easy.   He is clearly a douchebag and she is far better off without him!

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