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Larry and Theresa Caputo have been together for 28 years, so viewers were shocked when they heard that the couple was separating last December.

In a joint statement to US Weekly, the couple wrote, "After 28 years of marriage, we have decided to legally separate... We will always love each other and our two wonderful children. We are united in supporting each other and our family. Please respect our privacy during this time.”


While a few months have passed since the announcement, it appears that Theresa is not seeing anyone at this time. She does seem to be keeping busy and moving forward but has not posted pictures of any other men.

There were some hints that the couple was having a rough time together peppered throughout the season. In a December episode of Long Island Medium, Larry said, "We're having a difficult time. I think a lot of the frustration has to do with us not spending the time together anymore. Along with that comes the lack of communication, so it's like losing your best friend. It's hard."

He continued, "As much as I try to busy myself so I'm not thinking about it, it's still there. I know it's very trying for both of us. I don't want to make it just about me... it's the same for Theresa also."

Theresa Has Opened up About Life After Marriage

Earlier this month, Theresa opened up about what life has been like after marriage. "We're in a good place," she says about Larry. "We’ve taken things day by day and, at the end of the day, we’re okay." Even though the two are separated, Larry has remained on the show.

If anything, Theresa can rest assured that her and Larry's story has helped other couple's put things into perspective. She tells Good Housekeeping that one day, a man approached her. “He said ‘I’m very sorry that you and Larry are going through this, but when we watched you guys, my wife and I looked at each other and we said to each other this is what’s happening to us we are not alone.' And right there was my validation again that what I do is so important.”

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