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Why Tobey Maguire’s ex Jennifer Meyer called their breakup ‘the most beautiful experience of my life’

Breakup can be a beautiful experience. Just Ask Tobey Maguire’s Ex Jennifer Meyer, Who Says She Can Say, Mean It and Still Have a Loving Relationship With Her Spider Man Thanks to the universe Star for holding him back.

The 45-year-old jewelry designer recently made the announcement during an interview with Erin and Sarah Foster world’s first podcast, Talking about building trust in letting go and trusting the universe, Meyer offers an anecdote of her own and how it helped her relationship with Maguire blossom.

“For me, personally, you know, it was like, Sarah since, you know, the day I met my husband, right? I actually started dating him because of Sarah It was,” the mayor said. “I mean, really, so that’s from the first day we broke up, right? And in that moment, I was able to make a conscious decision about how this breakup would go and believe that the universe. I had my back, we had our backs as a couple for our kids, all these things, and really, it’s been the most beautiful experience of my life with this beautiful breakup. I mean, I get it. Can’t. I would literally do anything in the world for Toby. He’s my brother. I love him to death and we have the most beautiful family.”

Tobey Maguire and Jennifer Meyer
Stephanie Keenan/Getty Images for Jennifer Meyer Jewelry

In a joint statement to ET, Maguire and Meyer announced in October 2016 that they were separating after nine years of marriage. According to legal documents obtained by ET, Mayer filed for divorce on October 28, 2020. The divorce hasn’t been finalized, but the ex—who share a 15-year-old daughter, Ruby, and 13-year-old son, Otis—are more than just amicable. They are practically best friends.

In fact, two years after their split, Maguire attended the launch of Meyer’s jewelry boutique in Los Angeles to show her support, and has since been seen at several events. Mayer will not pretend that staying on friendly terms has been easy. far from it. But he is proud that he has done the necessary work to make isolation a seamless transition.

“It was a choice and it was trusting like the universe has got our backs,” Meyer continued on the podcast. “But let me tell you something, work is a motherf**ker. I’m not going to lie, and we’ve put in a lot of work to stay on track to be a family. But now it’s about our significant others.” Let’s talk and ‘Hey, you have kids? I’m leaving on a weekend.’ You know what I mean? Now it’s anything but, or I mean, ‘Hey, I’m having a hard day’ or ‘Hey, you did this, it really pissed me off.’ Like, we’re able to get through this, but it all goes back to the universe, you have your back, like, if you stay on track, if you work.”

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