Sylvester Stallone and wife Jennifer Flavin have reconciled and are ‘extremely happy’

On the contrary.

Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin have decided to reconcile less than a month after the former model filed for divorce, his rep told Page Six exclusively.

“They decided to meet again at home where they talked and managed to iron out their differences,” the spokesperson said.

“They are both extremely happy.”

Page Six can confirm that the restraining order filed this week — which aims to halt the divorce proceedings — was likely filed due to the couple working on things.

We’re also told that the throwback photo that Stallone, 76, posted of him and Flavin, 54, holding hands earlier this week was “his way of hinting at what’s to come.”

The Rocky star and the founder of Serious Skincare have been married for 25 years and have three daughters: Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlett, 20.

Sylvester Stallone and Jennifer Flavin are holding hands.
Stallone posted this photo of him and Flavin holding hands to hint at a reconciliation, he told us.

Flavin shockingly filed for divorce from The Tulsa King star in August in Palm Beach County, Florida and was seen without her wedding ring shortly after.

Stallone then appeared to take permanent steps to cement the split by covering up two tattoos he had gotten in honor of his wife.

Several rumors have circulated about why the Stallones called it quits in the first place — and Page Six wasn’t told the exact reason for the drop.

However, sources previously claimed that the couple had a big row over the acquisition of the ‘Rambo’ star’s new dog.

Sylvester Stallone and his pet Rottweiler.
Sylvester reportedly wanted a Rottweiler for “family protection,” but Flavin wasn’t on board.

Insiders claim the row led to an “extremely heated argument that raised other issues” in their marriage.

Stallone later denied these rumors, telling TMZ“We didn’t end our relationship over such a trivial argument,” before admitting they disagreed about “how to take care of the dog” given that they often travel and live in two homes.


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