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Arnold Schwarzenegger is still hoping to save his marriage to Maria Shriver. In a new interview, he says he still loves her and is hoping to reconcile.
In an interview with the German newspaper Bild, the Last Stand actor was asked if he celebrated Christmas with his estranged wife and their children.
“We're not fighting any war,” he says, reports Hollywood Gossip. “I still hope for reconciliation; I still love Maria.”
Schwarzenegger and Shriver split when news about a love child with their housekeeper surfaced. In his memoir Total Recall, the action star admitted that he “screwed up” and went into intimate detail about how he and Shriver handled the situation.
“Instead of doing the right thing, I'd just put the truth in a mental compartment and locked it up where I didn't deal with it every day,” he wrote. He also wrote he hoped for a reconciliation.
TMZ reports that Schwarzenegger was recently seen partying with a 25-year-old and hasn’t given Shriver any of the profits from the memoir.
He is currently trying to make a comeback in movies after being governor of California. He starred in The Last Stand, which opened last weekend.