Jillian Barberie Reynolds Wants Physical Custody Of Children In Divorce

Jillian Barberie Reynolds Wants Physical Custody Of Children In Divorce

Jillian Barberie Reynolds wants physical custody of her two children in divorce proceedings with estranged husband Grant Reynolds.

The television personality filed for divorce on March 15, claiming that she and Grant had irreconcilable differences. The petition filed in Los Angeles Superior Court noted that she wanted the pair to share in attorney fees.

It appears that Jilliam Barberie Reynolds also wants to share time with 5-year-old daughter Ruby and 3-year-old son Rocco. She is asking that Grant Reynolds be given visitation for the children while she retains full physical custody.

When Jillian Barberie Reynolds announced the divorce in March, it seemed as though she didn’t harbor any ill-will toward Grant after their marriage came to an end.

“It is with great regret that my marriage to Grant is ending,” she told People magazine at the time. “He is a special man and we have two amazing children together.”

The former Good Day LA host had been married to Grant for six years. She said the couple will still work together to raise their children.

“This was a mutual decision that was not taken lightly, and we are committed to our children and will work together to ensure their happy and healthy upbringing,” she said.

This is the second marriage to end for Jillian Barberie. She was also married to baseball star Bret Barberie in 1996, divorcing in 2002.

Best known as the host of Good Day LA and her Fox NFL Sunday pregame shows during the early 2000s, Jillian Barberie has also appeared in episodes of V.I.P., Yes, Dear, Melrose Place, and Arli$$.

After Jillian Barberie and Reynolds were married in 2006, they spent some time on television together, appearing in the reality series Househusbands of Hollywood.