Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor are all set to make a fresh start after reconciliation. They are ready to work out the next chapter of their life after getting back together.
56-year-old Ben Stiller and 50-year-old Christine Taylor have confirmed that they have reconciled. The news got everybody excited as they decided to reconcile after announcing their separation five years ago.
The couple has a daughter, Ella of 19 years, and a son Quinlin who is 16-years old.
“He’s a totally different person now — way more grown up and tolerant of himself and his own idiosyncrasies as well as others,” a source revealed exclusively. “They plan to cherish what they have, and both he and Christine are beyond excited about what’s in store for the future.”
The renowned comedian exclaimed that his relationship with his former partner escalated and “evolved” after he moved in with her and the kids during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“We were separated and got back together and we’re happy about that,” he gushed. “It’s been really wonderful for all of us. Unexpected, and one of the things that came out of the pandemic.”
The actor called the separation a wake-up call for him. The close sources to the couple stated that the separation between Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor was a “long time coming” because of them not acknowledging a lot of problems brimming amongst them. “They were not seeing eye to eye on a number of things.”
The close source claimed that the split was a real eye-opener for Ben Stiller as he realized later how terribly he missed Taylor and “absolutely hated the idea of their kids growing up in a broken home.”
Stiller did “a lot of self-evaluation” amid the pandemic, which led to positive changes. “He made a conscious effort to stop sweating the small stuff and figure out how to channel his energy whilst compromising with Christine on those issues that really didn’t matter at the end of the day,” the insider claimed. The famous comedian Ben Stiller and Christine Taylor got married in May 2000. They got separated in May of 2017. The couple released a joint statement saying that they had “tremendous love and respect for each other and planned to continue raising [their] children as devoted parents and the closest of friends.”