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Sad News: One Of ‘The Real’ Hosts Is Reportedly Divorcing Her Husband

They've apparently been struggling to keep it together.

One of the married ladies of the morning panel talk show The Real is reportedly set to part ways with her husband of 10 years as it is being reported that it is "highly likely" that she will file for divorce.

According to theJasmineBRAND.com, Jeannie Mai is reportedly set to end her marriage to her husband, Freddy Harteis, for reasons unknown to the public, for the time being.

(Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images

(Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

The talk show host's fans reportedly first noticed that there may have been trouble in paradise between the two when she was seen not wearing her wedding ring for several episodes of the morning program and, unusually, stopped posting photos of him to her social media accounts.

The site reports that Jeannie is likely to file in the "very near future," despite them attending marriage counseling for some time, which she's disclosed on the show.

Freddy, a producer, actor and TV host, himself, appeared on The Real on multiple occasions for their husband-centric segments and even filled in for her on the panel once or twice while she was away.

Jeannie, a few years back, spoke candidly on the show about them disagreeing on having children, telling her co-hosts, "My husband and I have been married for seven years and when we got married at first, we didn't want kids. Seven years later, I see it in him. I see when children are around, I can feel it inside me of what people say that it just hits you."

The couple tied the knot in 2007. Neither one of them has confirmed or denied the reports of their split.

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