Willie-Liz annulment out

willie1.jpg(via ABSCBN) Following weeks of speculations about their separation, television host Willie Revillame and his model-wife Liz Almoro have called it quits.

ABS-CBN’s Bandila reported Thursday night that Almoro filed an annulment case before Branch 88 of the Quezon City Regional Trial Court on Wednesday to dissolve the legality of her marriage with the popular TV host and comedian.

Almoro cited mutual psychological differences as the basis of the petition.

On Thursday night a court sheriff accompanied by several policemen went to the couple’s home in Quezon City to serve the temporary protective order.

Based on the court order, Revillame is prohibited from going near his wife and child.

The court also prohibited the two and their lawyers from talking about the case.

While the sheriff served the court notice, Revillame and his lawyer were seen talking nearby. Maids, meanwhile, were busy packing the TV host’s clothes and other belongings after the court ordered him separated from his wife and child.

The couple’s marriage lasted for a year and six months. They were first wed in civil rites by Lipa City Mayor Vilma Santos in March 2005. A church wedding followed three months later at the Sanctuario de San Antonio in Forbes Park, Makati.

Almoro was already pregnant with their child, Juan Emmanuel, when she and Revillame tied the knot.

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