Kyle Lowder and Arianna Zuker Go Separate Ways

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Seen here in 2004, Kyle Lowder (Rick, The Bold and the Beautiful) and Arianne Zuker (formerly on Days of Our Lives), who married on August 3, 2002, have split up.

"We are saddened to announce that after five years of marriage we will be amicably parting ways," the couple said in a statement. "This decision has come with great consideration and was not easy for either one of us. We continue to have tremendous respect, admiration, and hold one another in the highest regard.

Arianne Zuker and Kyle Lowder

It's the end of the line for Kyle Lowder and Arianna Zuker as a couple.

We greatly appreciate all of the support we have received from our family, friends and co-workers during this difficult time and are grateful to everyone for respecting our need for privacy and healing as we move forward in this process."

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    Lauencia7... Did you know them? Somehow I doubt it. So it begs the question: how could this distant couple possibly make you believe in love? Through some Soap Digest photo ops? Or on-screen chemistry? I don't mean to be rude but it sounds more like a disgruntled Bricole fan than someone genuinely invested in their private relationship.

    The relationships of soap characters and Hollywood actors should NOT be what you aspire too. If you want a couple to make you believe in love again then search for examples in your own circle of friends and family. Surely there is at least one couple worthy enough to inspire your belief in love... maybe they aren't as young and pretty, or maybe they didn't share an on-screen and off love affair, but there is probably a beautiful and TRUE love story in your own hometown... is it the elderly couple holding hands on the porch next door? Is it the boy who loved the girl next door his entire life? Is it the widow down the street who found love again in the cereal aisle? Maybe it's even your own parents.

    The stories are there... you just have to look for them. I promise you'll find that inspiration again.

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    This news was horribel for me, they made me believe in love.

    I guess nothing ever works out.

    "I used to believe in you, ZuLo!"-L




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