David Duchovny renews wedding vows
Tuesday 02 June 2009
David Duchovny is to renew his wedding vows with wife Tea Leoni.
The couple split last year when The X Files actor was treated for sex addiction, but according to the Daily Express, he is planning a second wedding in November.
A source told the newspaper: "They've been married for 12 years and like most of us have had their ups and downs."
The source added: "But they really want to put the past behind them and renew their vows. They want to draw a line under things and make a fresh start.
"They went through a tough time but have reignited that spark.
"David realises how close he came to losing it all so he especially wants to have their family and closest friends on hand to witness his second chance at happiness."
The couple have two children, Madeline, 10, and Kyd, six
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