According to the latest rumors, Halle Berry and her former husband, Olivier Martinez, might be planning to try to make their relationship work once again. Halle and Olivier seemed to be in very good terms, the two being spotted enjoying a family vacation in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.
So, Halle and Olivier may no longer be a couple, but without a doubt they managed to remain in good terms, despite the separation. The two were seen to be quite affectionate during their vacation time. The pair spent time with their son and relaxed on the beach. Olivier and Halle have a two-year old son, Maceo.
Halle and Oliver were spotted talking to each other and at one point the actress was actually seen touching her ex-husband’s chest. The pair was on vacation alongside Halle’s daughter from a previous relationship, Nahla. Some insiders have already confirmed that Halle and Olivier might be planning on reconciling. The sources claimed that Olivier never wanted to separate from Halle and he was actually upset when the actress filed the divorce papers.
“If Halle wants to call it off, Olivier would be fine with it because he never wanted the divorce in the first place,” the source claimed. However, other insiders said that things will not change between the two, despite their recent vacation. “No change in status,” this source claimed. “As always they are friends,” the insider went on to say. The pair has not commented on the claims, so it remains unclear if they are really planning on reconciling.
In a previous interview, Halle claimed that she was fine, despite the separation from Olivier. “I keep pushing and I’m really happy to be here because whenever you’re going through anything in life, when you step outside yourself and focus on others, that’s always the best remedy for any situation that you’d rather not be dealing with,” the actress said.
Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez separated last year. The pair ended their marriage after two years together. Halle was the one who filed the divorce papers. Later, Olivier filed his own divorce papers, citing irreconcilable differences.