Terrence Howard Rekindles Relationship With Ex-Wife


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Terrence Howard appears to have rekindled his romance with his new ex-wife Mira Pak after attending the Emmy Awards with her on Sunday.

The Iron Man and Empire star quietly divorced model/restaurateur Pak – his wife of 18 months – earlier this year. The news was made public during court proceedings concerning spousal support payments to his second ex-wife, Michelle Ghent, in August.


However, Howard and Pak stunned fans over the weekend by walking the Emmys red carpet together, arm in arm, and both were wearing their wedding rings, suggesting to many they are working on saving their relationship for the sake of their baby boy, Qirin Love, who was born in May. Howard and Pak have yet to comment on their romantic reunion, but she recently spoke out about the couple’s marriage struggles in a candid chat with Rolling Stone magazine. She told the publication, “He’s not perfect. Doesn’t do the dishes. Doesn’t cook. Doesn’t lift a finger. I probably leave him 30 times a month… He’s so selfish.” Pak went on to insist she accepted his flaws when she became the latest Mrs. Howard in 2013, because she understood he came from a damaged background, saying, “He didn’t have much of a childhood. It was difficult for him being picked on and bullied all the time. We don’t have a normal life. In our two years together, I’ve only gone to restaurants with him two or three times. We’ve never been to the supermarket together. We’ve never been to the movies. I’ve never gotten a gift from him. Never, never…” She added, “I’ve developed a slight form of agoraphobia lately. I never go out. I have no friends here. I feel like Rapunzel, you know, stuck in a penthouse with my baby.” Pak isn’t the first ex-wife to give Howard a second chance. He was also married to Lori McCommas, the mother of his three adult children, from 1989 to 2003, and again from 2005 to 2007.

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