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Celebrity Moms Who Bounced Back After Divorce

Jennifer Lopez

I’m thankful not to know what divorce is like firsthand.  But there are three celebrity moms that have been down that difficult road but luckily bounced back, coming out even stronger.

See the complete list on Huffington Post.

Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez married Ojani Noa in 1997 but they split after less than a year.  She also married dancer Chris Judd but they also split in 2002.

But Jlo’s first album “On The 6″ debuted in 1999 and the rest is history.  She has sold  55 million records worldwide and garnering six music award nominations.

JLO has also starred in several films and launched a fashion line. She also is one of the judges in this season’s American Idol.

Now Jlo is married to Mark Anthony and they have two kids together.

Denise Richards

Since Denise Richards divorced Charlie Sheen, she has been doing quite well… what does that say about her marriage to the man who has been on a downward spiral recently?

Denise Richards

Denise Richards

Since their split in 2006, Richards appeared on the popular “Dancing with the Stars” and starred in her own reality show, “Denise Richards: It’s Complicated”.  Her work hasn’t stopped there she has become an animal rights activist, too, along with being a mom to her daughters, Sam and Lola.

Annette Bening

After Annette Bening separated from her first husband, choreographer J. Steven White, in 1986, her acting career took off!  Way to stick it to him!

Bening starred in a number of films and then received several Oscar nominations and two Golden Globe wins (for “Being Julia” (1994) and 2010′s “The Kids Are Alright”). Bening met actor Warren Beatty while filming Bugsy (1991) and were married in 1992.  They now have four children together.

The kids are alright

Annette Bening

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