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Marc Anthony divorce could get uncomfortable

Marc Anthony's estranged wife says she hopes her divorce will be amicable, but some things could be out of her control.
/ Source: The Associated Press

Former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres says that while she and singer Marc Anthony plan to remain amicable during their divorce and custody negotiations, it’s possible that things could get uncomfortable.

“Sometimes it’s out of your control,” she said in an interview to air Monday night on “Access Hollywood.” Excerpts were released in advance.

“But, we are both very responsible, that’s all we want for our kids, and there’s no need to do it any other way. We’re friends,” she said. “He’s a great father and that’s the way it should be.”

Torres has filed a petition for dissolution of marriage with children in Miami-Dade Circuit Court in Florida under Dayanara Torres Muniz. Anthony’s real name is Marco Antonio Muniz.

The couple were married in May 2000 in Las Vegas. They briefly separated, then renewed their vows in Puerto Rico in December 2002. They have two young children, Cristian and Ryan.

“You know, he’s the father of my kids, I could never wish him wrong,” Torres said.