Kevin Costner discovered his silver lining throughout the coronavirus quarantine.
The “Yellowstone” actor mentioned spending all his time at house with wife Christine Baumgartner, 46 — whom he shares sons Cayden, 13, and Hayes, 11, in addition to daughter Grace, 10, with — has strengthened their household bond.
“I’m really comfortable with my family,” Costner informed People journal. “I’m actually comfy with my kids.”
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The 65-year-old mentioned his “partnership” with his 46-year-old wife “has really come into focus about what we do for each other and how we deal with our family.”
The Academy Award winner added that he is gotten to know his kids so properly, he can inform after they’re “working” him. “I can tell when they come to me about something that they’ve been already told ‘no’ by their mother,” he joked.
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Costner and Baumgartner marred in 2004 at his 165-acre ranch in Aspen, Colo., however not earlier than hitting a tough patch of their relationship. The entertainer wasn’t certain if he needed extra kids and ended issues, however Baumgartner mentioned she’d look forward to him.
“She said, ‘I’m going to wait for you, but not long. When you come to your senses, come back to me,'” he informed Parade 2012. “And I did.”
As to what else retains their communication sturdy? Costner defined, “Maybe it’s the ability to say you’re sorry. I know that sounds so simple. If you’re willing to tell somebody that you love them, are you also willing to say you’re sorry? You need to, even when you think you’re in the right.”
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Costner can be a father to 4 different grown kids from earlier marriages and relationships.