Kevin Costner's first wife, Cindy Silva, seen during second divorce
After his second divorce, Cindy Silva, Kevin Costner's first wife, was seen out. Silva was photographed in California's Gelson's parking lot.
The 66-year-old wore a long denim shirt, black leggings, and Birkenstocks.
Silva and Costner had Annie, Lily, and Joe during their 1978–1994 marriage. The "Yellowstone" actor has a kid with Bridget Rooney and three with Christine Baumgartner, his soon-to-be ex-wife.
"After 16 years together, we are ending our marriage," Costner, 39, and Silva, 38, told People at the time of their divorce. We settled all kid and money concerns peacefully and reached a full marital settlement."
Silva was a Delta marketer and Costner a stage manager when they met, according to People. His busy Hollywood career complicated things.
"The Untouchables," "Bull Durham," and "Field of Dreams" boosted Costner's Hollywood career. "Dances with Wolves," which he directed, produced, and starred in, won Oscars for best film, best director, and best actor.
After his Oscar triumph, Costner's cinematic career peaked with "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves," "JFK," and "The Bodyguard," starring Whitney Houston.
"My faith was shaken," Costner told The Hollywood Reporter of his divorce in 2012. It ended. Your children, whom you love, will be seen half as much. That's devastating."
Costner initially claimed to have deposited $1 million into her account as part of their pre-marital agreement.
She was also promised $200,000 upon marriage and after their first anniversary. Costner said the amount is now "$1,450,000, which she can use at her discretion, including to find alternative housing."