On Thursday, the married couple posted a smiling photo to Instagram with a caption denying "malicious" and "false" reports about their relationship.
"We stand together in support of our marriage and our family in opposition to malicious gossip and false tabloid innuendo to the contrary," Larry, 82, shared on his personal account.
We stand together in support of our marriage and our family in opposition to malicious gossip and false tabloid innuendo to the contrary.
A photo posted by Larry King (@larrykingnow) on Sep 8, 2016 at
The television personality is no stranger to marital strife – Shawn, 56, is King's seventh wife, though he has been married eight times total. (He remarried his ex-wife Alene Akins in 1968, five years after they divorced.)
Here's a look at King's past marriages – and the state of his current one.
Freda Miller: 1952-53
King married his high-school sweetheart at age 18. The next year, the marriage was allegedly annulled by their parents, who didn't approve.
Annette Kaye: 1961
For less than one year, King was married to Kaye,
"It was a sham interview," says a source of the Kings' appearance on Home & Family Thursday. "His kids are disgusted and outraged."
During the interview King, 82, addressed his wife's alleged yearlong affair, chalking it up to "rumors" and saying, "I don't pay any attention to them."
But a source tells People Shawn, 56, and her father, Karl Engemann, put Larry up to the denial, which didn't
On Friday's episode of Home & Family, the talk show host and his actress wife break their silence following reports that Shawn was in a yearlong romance with British public speaker Richard Greene.
"[It's] an interesting word, 'rumor.' You know, I'm been in the business – next May'll be 60 years – and I've dealt with rumors a long time, interviewed people involved with rumors. Rumors are what they are – they're rumors. And I tell you the truth: I don't pay any attention to them," Larry, 82, says in a
Jon Heder, James Roday, Julianna Guill, Max Casella and Gary Cole also star in the story of six groups of New Yorkers who experience a life-changing power cut that leaves them trapped inside elevators during the holiday season.
Bleiberg Entertainment will screen Christmas Eve to international buyers at the market next month and the film will open theatrically in the Us starting on 50 screens on December 4.
Stewart portrays a heartless realtor stuck in a construction elevator, while Hines is a musician trapped in an elevator with her dysfunctional fellow orchestra members.
Roday plays an aspiring fashion photographer confined with the introverted paralegal from his apartment building and Casella is a crass Hr manager stuck with the employee he just fired. Cole plays a cynical doctor transporting a terminally ill patient.
Mitch Davis directed
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris has earned her first motion picture role, taking on the part of Lundon O'Malley in the upcoming big screen fantasy "Lundon's Bridge and the Three King." The thirteen year old joins a cast that already includes Larry King, his wife Shawn King, "Love Boat" star Ted Lange and Joey Fatone, amongst others.
The film is based on author Dennis H. Christen's novel of the same name, about an ancient sea wizardry that shifts people between species, with a dolphin becoming a human, a jellyfish turning to an evil fairy godmother and a teenage boy into a dragonfly. King featured the book on his show in 2009, as 50% of the profit from book sold raises money for Us schools.
Those who broke bread with King included Tyra Banks, Quincy Jones, Twitter creator Jack Dorsey, Shaquille O'Neal, Seth MacFarlane, Conan O'Brien, and actor Russell Brand,
In April, the 76-year-old TV host and his 50-year-old wife each filed divorce papers within minutes of each other. They both cited irreconcilable differences as the culprit.
They put their divorce on hold a few days later and sought counseling.
But now, it seems that they want to give their marriage another try. They have officially filed papers to dismiss their original petition.
Larry and Shawn dropped their divorce on Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court and their request was granted on the same day. Larry's rep confirmed through a statement to Access Hollywood, "Larry King and his wife, Shawn, have both filed petitions to dismiss their divorce papers," with the host of "Larry King Live" adding "A lot of new things are happening to us, and we are happy to be together as a family with our children."
The divorce papers were filed by Larry and Shawn in April, citing "irreconcilable differences". Shawn accused Larry of cheating with her sister Shannon Southwick.
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