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Zac Brown splits with wife

Monday, October 8, 2018 – Zac Brown and his wife of 12 years are splitting.

They announced the separation to People.

The Zac Brown Band lead singer, 40, and the Shelly Brown Jewelry designer, 34, said, "We feel blessed to be on such an incredible journey in life and sometimes the journey begins to lead in different directions. It is with deep love and respect that we announce we are separating as a couple"

"We have led a whirlwind life together growing into a beautiful family with five amazing children and while life will be rearranging a bit, our love and commitment to our family will always be there," they said. "This was a difficult decision, but we've done plenty of tough things together and this is our next venture - love, mutual respect, and care for each other are what we are moving forward with."


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