The telltale sign that Hugh Jackman had ‘moved on’ from wife Deborra-Lee Furness months before the couple ended their marriage after 27 years
A body language expert has claimed that Hugh Jackman may have mentally ‘moved on’ from wife Deborra-Lee Furness several months before they announced the end of their 27-year marriage.
Speaking to 7Life, Louise Mahler analysed footage and photos of the former couple at the Met Gala in May and called out one specific moment between the pair.
‘I’m going to speculate that he has left her because he’s looking at her quickly,’ she said.
‘He still loves her but he’s moving on,’ she continued.
‘And what I see from her is, “I get that you’re moving on, you b******, but I will allow this”.’
A body language expert has claimed that Hugh Jackman may have ‘moved on’ from wife Deborra-Lee Furness when they attended the Met Gala in May. (Pictured above at the event)
Mahler also believes that the couple ‘still love each other’, despite deciding to part ways.
Jackman and wife Furness shocked the world on Friday when they announced their decision to split after 27 years of marriage.
‘We have been blessed to share almost 3 decades together as husband and wife in a wonderful, loving marriage. Our journey now is shifting and we have decided to separate to pursue our individual growth,’ the couple said in a statement obtained by PEOPLE.
‘Our family has been and always will be our highest priority. We undertake this next chapter with gratitude, love, and kindness,’ it continued.
‘We greatly appreciate your understanding in respecting our privacy as our family navigates this transition in all of our lives.’
Body language expert Louise Mahler analysed footage of the former couple at the Met Gala in May and said that Hugh had ‘moved on’ but still ‘loves’ his wife of 27 years
‘And what I see from her is, “I get that you’re moving on, you b******, but I will allow this”,’ Mahler said, indicating that Jackman has his wife’s approval to move forward without her
The former couple signed the statement as ‘Deb and Hugh Jackman,’ adding: ‘This is the sole statement either of us will make.’
The Australian couple share two children together; Oscar, 23, and Ava, 18.
At 67, the Australian blonde is 13 years older Hugh, 54, and they’ve previously stated that they have never spent more than two weeks apart since their 1996 wedding.
This April marked the pair’s 27th wedding anniversary and the Wolverine star posted a gushing tribute to his wife.
The body language expert also believes that Jackman may be the one who ended the couple’s marriage
Jackman and wife Furness shocked the world on Friday when they announced their decision to split after 27 years of marriage
‘I love you Deb. Today is our 27th wedding anniversary. 27 years! I love you so much,’ the actor gushed to his 79.1M social media followers.
‘Together we have created a beautiful family. And life. Your laughter, your spirit, generosity, humor, cheekiness, courage, and loyalty is an incredible gift to me. I love you with all my heart.’
While he is undoubtedly more well known than his wife, Deborra-Lee had already shot 20 movies by the time she and Jackman met while costarring as a prison psychologist and a brain-damaged convict in ABC TV’s 10-episode series Correlli in 1995.
This April marked the pair’s 27th wedding anniversary and the Wolverine star posted a gushing tribute to his wife (including this recent photo of the pair)
In 2000, The Music Man thespian and Furness adopted son Oscar Maximilian, 23, in 2005, they adopted now 18-year-old daughter Ava Eliot.
‘I think honesty and intimacy and making time [are the secret to a long and happy marriage]. You can’t just assume that things will just tick along okay. You have to make time,’ Hugh told Smooth Radio in February.
Deborra-Lee most recently played Jill Bailey alongside Eric Bana in Robert Connolly’s sequel Force of Nature: The Dry 2, which was released in Australian and New Zealand theaters on August 24.
At 67, the Australian blonde is 13 years older Hugh, but they’ve never spent more than two weeks apart since their 1996 wedding. Pictured in 1997
Hugh has never been shy about speaking on his marriage, and praised Deborra-Lee when promoting his hit film The Greatest Showman in 2017.
In an interview, he called Deborra-Lee his ‘best friend’ and main source of support in both his career, and personal life.
Hugh said of his partner: ‘I’m married to the greatest woman alive. She’s amazing. We’re best friends, and we share everything. She’s smart.’
Talking about how they never spend longer than two weeks apart, he explained that it was because they wish to ‘share everything’ together.
He continued: ‘We always said we’d never spend more than 2 weeks apart. Sometimes life and work does get crazy.
‘But we met on my first job when she was already a big star, I was a nobody. So we have shared everything, all the ups and downs, and always will.’
It was only weeks after they began dating that Hugh asked Deborra-Lee to marry him, and the couple wed in 1996
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