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Posted at 6:20 PM ET, 02/ 7/2011

Love, etc.: Ed Rendell and wife separate; Tony Hawk divorces wife

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Then-Gov. Ed Rendell with Marjorie last year. (AP/Keith Srakocic)

  • Separated: Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, 67, and his wife, federal Judge Marjorie Rendell, 64, after nearly 40 years of marriage and one son. In an email sent to friends, and obtained by the Philadelphia Daily News, the couple declared their split so amicable that no one should hesitate to invite them to the same parties. He just left the governor's mansion last month after eight years; she's been on the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals since '97.

  • Divorcing: Superstar skateboarder/extreme sports mogul Tony Hawk, 42, and his third wife, Lhotse Merriam, People reports. One daughter together, and he has three kids by previous unions.

  • By The Reliable Source  | February 7, 2011; 6:20 PM ET
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