Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver might be reuniting

Getty ImagesReunited and it feels so good?

Getty ImagesReunited and it feels so good?

Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger still have not finalized their divorce, which is leading some to speculate that they might be getting back to together.

“Sources” have reportedly told TMZ that the pair has been sending “mixed messages” to friends and family, and they can be seen embracing one another in the middle of a family photo at their daughter’s recent graduation. Shriver still has her Christmas lights up from last year though, so she’s apparently not big on change. 

As for Arnie, he also has been spotted around L.A. with a young blonde named Heather Milligan despite rumors that he wants to reunite as husband and wife again with Maria.

There’s an “I’ll be back” joke in there somewhere.



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