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John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn Not Talking At All

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On November 9th, Rebecca Romijn attended the 2nd annual Baby2Baby Gala in Culver City, Ca. She talked to Us Weekly about her twin daughters with Jerry O’Connell and about her plans for adding to her family, or the lack of such plans. “No I am done having kids,” she told Us. “Two was always the goal, and we got that and here we are.”

Two is a good number. Apparently having two girls at the same age has it’s perks and it’s downfalls, just like any other sibling dynamic. “They are very good friends,” Romijn said of her daughters. “They are each other’s best play dates. They keep each other such great company and they play so well but they also fight and it turns on a dime. I’m constantly admiring them and then breaking up fights but they are each other’s best company.”

Romijn sounds pretty busy these days, so, of course when asked about her ex, John Stamos, Romijn says “I have no idea what is going on with him these days.” The “Full House” favorite filed for divorce from Romijn in 2004, and in 2009 finally opened up about his split from his seemingly perfect other half, according to Yahoo.

In that interview he cleared up the rumors about the cause of their seperation. “Everybody thought that she dumped me [because] her career was on fire and mine wasn’t but that wasn’t the case. We just both woke up one day and it had run its course.”

He added, “We were together for 10 years — it was heartbreaking. In my book at this point I would still be married and have three kids. So it was more about that plan being foiled than anything. I felt like a failure. It wasn’t as much about her as it was that the whole thing didn’t work.”

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John Stamos and Rebecca Romijn Not Talking At All
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  • Anna

    Just never ceases to amaze me how stupid people can be. To hear these air-heads over and over excuse their crumbled marriages with inane, bubble-headed comments like “it just didn’t work,” “baby it’s not you it’s me,” and oh that was a good one, “it had just run its course.”

    Lifelong love is possible, but it takes two people who have both hearts and brains. Something clearly lacking in a *lot* of people these days…