Blair Underwood’s wife Desiree DaCosta petitions for divorce!

Blair Underwood and Desiree DaCosta are quoted in a joint statement as saying, “It has truly been a fantastic trip.” After 27 years of marriage, Blair Underwood and Desiree DaCosta have come to the conclusion that they want a divorce.

According to court records that were obtained by The Blast, DaCosta submitted her petition for divorce on June 29th of this year. A month ago, they made the announcement that they were getting married and released a joint statement on social media about it before making this announcement.

The couple announced their decision to end their marriage, which had begun 27 years earlier, in a joint statement that was issued on May 30. The statement read, “After a significant amount of thinking, prayer, and work on ourselves individually and collectively, we have come to the determination to dissolve our marriage.”

The pair issued a joint statement on May 30 that said, “After a tremendous amount of thought, prayer, and work on ourselves individually and collectively, we have decided to break our 27-year-old marriage.”

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The Blast says Underwood and DaCosta married in 1994.

The joint message informed their fans of their journey.

It has been a truly enjoyable journey. Our three extraordinary children are our greatest achievement. God bestowed upon us three souls. The benefits of parenthood continue to astound and inspire reverence for God. According to the statement, we have always emphasized their best interests and will continue to do so.

They discussed their relationship’s future optimistically.

The statement read, “As we begin this new chapter of our lives apart, we will continue to be the best of friends and co-parents while maintaining the utmost respect for one another.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the former couple’s three children are their 22-year-old daughter Brielle, their 24-year-old son Paris, and their 19-year-old son Blake.

Underwood and DaCosta concluded their statements by thanking their fans and requesting some privacy.

The message continues, “We humbly request privacy and understanding during this new season of transition, and we thank you all for your support over the years.”

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Blair Underwood posted on Instagram about his daughter.

Brielle, my “one and only” daughter, received her USC diploma yesterday and I am overjoyed! The trip was lengthy, but it was worthwhile. I certainly would not have missed it! On Instagram, he said, “# GirlDad #prouddad #TheFutureIsNow #FightOn.

In a 2008 interview, Blair Underwood detailed his relationship with DaCosta in a way previously reported by theGrio. He commented on how she taught him to “listen to her when she spoke to me.”

It may be challenging for guys to determine what role to play. I was vying for influence in the life of the woman I was about to marry. What entailed being her significant other? That evening, I understood what this meant: I needed to pay attention to what she said.
“Attempting to solve her problems gave me a false sense of power, and when I gave her unsolicited advice, I insulted a strong woman who was capable of managing her own life. She did not anticipate that I would always have a response for her, so I was also relieved. She did not visit me for a favor. Underwood stated that she merely required a shoulder to weep on.

ABC has begun production on an L.A. Law sequel starring Underwood, as revealed by Deadline. According to Blair Underwood, who is reprising the role, lawyer Jonathan Rollins has “gone from idealistic to more conservative as he contends with millennial JJ Freeman to determine the best course forward for the corporation to promote political and legal change.”

According to The Wrap, Underwood will appear in the revival alongside “a new breed of young lawyers.” Marc Guggenheim will collaborate with Ubah Mohamed of Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow to develop the sequel’s script and serve as executive producer. According to theGrio, the 2012 war film Red Tails, which was based on the Tuskegee Airmen, was directed by Anthony Hemingway.

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