Actor Ben Stiller and wife Christine Taylor have been separated for two years, but have they reconciled?
On Sunday, Ben, 53, and Christine, 48, walked the red carpet at the Emmys together, even posing for photogs.
Ben is nominated for Best Director for his work on “Escape at Dannemora.” He presented the award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, which went to Tony Shalhoub.
A few months ago, Ben and Christine were also photographed together, with their kids at “Pretty Woman: The Musical” on Broadway.
A source told People magazine, “It was a sweet family night out. The kids were glowing because they all love the theater, and Ben and Christine looked happy together, smiling and laughing and holding hands, especially during intermission. They seemed to really love the show and being around one another.”
Last year, Ben and Christine were seen sharing a laugh after a two-hour lunch in Tribeca, which was the first time they were spotted together since the split. They appeared to be enjoying each other’s company before going their separate ways.
A source told People magazine, “The pair remain friendly and devoted parents to their kids.”
Ben and Christine shocked many when they announced they were separating after 17 years of marriage. At the time, they said in a statement, “With tremendous love and respect for each other, and the 18 years we spent together as a couple, we have made the decision to separate. Our priority will continue to be raising our children as devoted parents and the closest of friends. We kindly ask that the media respect our privacy at this time.”
Ben and Christine met in 1999 on the set of the pilot “Heat Vision and Jack,” and wed in 2000. They have two children together, Ella, 17, and Quinlin, 14.