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Lynne Curtin Re-Files for Divorce from Estranged Husband Frank After Nearly 30 Years of Marriage


Lynne Curtin has filed for divorce from her estranged husband Frank Curtin — for the second time.

The Real Housewives of Orange County alum recently filed new court documents to terminate her almost 30-year marriage with Frank, according to TMZ, which first reported the news.

She first filed for divorce in 2012, the outlet reports, but the filing was dismissed by a judge in late 2017 after the pair sat too long on the case.

“After more than 20 years of marriage Frank and I have decided to go our separate ways,” Lynne told Radar in 2012. “I love Frank but it was time to go out on my own.”

The couple wed in 1990, according to The Blast, and share two children: daughters Alexa and Raquel.

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PEOPLE is out to Lynne’s manager for comment.

In fall 2017, the former Bravo personality shared that she had “found a new love” in her life.

“I keep myself busy with my jewelry line. I have a website now and I’m in stores,” Lynne, who starred on two seasons of RHOC, told BravoTV in a video interview.

“For a whole year I was single, focused on myself and my business, and now I’m a grandmother and my daughters are doing great. I have a beautiful grandson who’ll be a year old in another month,” she said, and added, “This life is great and I found a new love in my life now. I’m happy.”

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