Popular international journalist Christiane Amanpour and husband Jamie Rubin are reportedly divorcing after 20 years of marriage.
The couple, who have only one child together, will soon put an end to their long-term marriage in court.
Even though the couple, who are both journalists, are in the process of their divorce, they appeared together last weekend at their only child Darius' graduation from the 500-year-old English boarding school for boys, Tonbridge School in Kent, according to Washington Post.
Christiane recently dominated headlines in Ghana after her controversial “Sex and Love Around the World” interviews with actress Moesha Buduong.
The 60-year-old TV host fell in love with her husband over 'late night margaritas' while working in war-torn Sarajevo.
The host of CNN's global affairs show 'Amanpour,' recently took over Charlie Rose's prime-time PBS slot after he was accused of sexual misconduct by multiple women.
Christiane Amanpour and Jamie Rubin tied the knot in a swanky wedding ceremony in 1998, in Italy, attended by John F. Kennedy Jr. and wife Carolyn, diplomat Richard Holbrooke, Clinton aide Sidney Blumenthal and former Deputy National Security Adviser James Steinberg.