Beverly D’Angelo She said her husband was taken aback when he told her he was in love with Al Pacino in the 1990s.
The “Christmas Vacation” actress explained that she and Italian Duke Lorenzo Salviati eloped in the early 1980s, but understood that they could relax and have fun by themselves, “but if there’s a crisis or something, we’ll get back together.” “, he told People magazine.
“But when I met Al Pacino and told him about my little deal, he said, ‘Well, that’s crazy,'” he recalled.
According to D’Angelo, when she first told her husband that she loved Pacino, he was not jealous, but he refused the idea of u200bu200bbeing with the actor.
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“He went, ‘An actor? No, no, not an actor.” And I’m like, “I really love him, we’re talking about having kids, and he thinks I’m crazy for being married, so do I. “I am crying,” I said.
But after he explained it was the Scent of a Woman actor, he added, “Al Pacino, he’s great. I love him. We will divorce!”, he said.
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After the divorce, she said, “That’s when my mother-in-law started to like me, I think it took her 15 years to realize that I wasn’t there. [the marriage] for wealth or privilege”.
He added: “It was a great love match.”
D’Angelo and Pacino never married, but they had two children: twins Olivia and Anton, now 21 years old.
The couple divorced in 2003. “Al’s greatest gift to me was making me a mother,” she said.