Deborra-Lee Furness, the estranged wife of actor Hugh Jackman, has broken her silence for the first time since news of their separation. The couple, who had been married for over two decades, announced their split earlier this year, sending shockwaves through Hollywood.
In an exclusive interview with a popular entertainment magazine, Furness opened up about the challenges and emotions she has faced since the separation. She expressed gratitude for the support she has received from friends and fans, emphasizing the importance of maintaining a positive outlook during difficult times.
Furness also addressed the rumors and speculations that have surrounded their separation, calling them “hurtful and baseless.” She urged the media and the public to respect their privacy as they navigate this sensitive period in their lives.
Despite the separation, Furness emphasized that she and Jackman remain committed to co-parenting their two children and maintaining a healthy, loving family dynamic. She praised Jackman as a dedicated father and described their children as the “center of their universe.”
The interview shed light on Furness’s own career and interests outside of her marriage to Jackman. A talented actress and filmmaker in her own right, she discussed her upcoming projects and her passion for advocating for adoption and child welfare. Furness and Jackman have been vocal supporters of adoption, having adopted their two children, and have worked tirelessly to raise awareness and funds for organizations focused on child welfare.
Furness’s interview resonated with fans and fellow celebrities alike, with many praising her grace, resilience, and dedication to her family and career. While the end of her marriage with Jackman marks a significant chapter in both of their lives, Furness’s strength and positive outlook continue to inspire many.
As the public continues to follow their journey, Furness’s words serve as a reminder of the importance of compassion and empathy during challenging times, and her commitment to family and advocacy remains unwavering.