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David Duchovny, Téa Leoni and Kids Bond With The Beatles

07/30/2009 at 09:00 AM ET

Love is all you need…? David Duchovny and Téa Leoni — who announced their separation in October but have been working on their relationship — attend a performance Friday of The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil at The Mirage in Las Vegas.

Accompanied by their children Madelaine West, 10, and Kyd Miller, 7, the actors snacked on popcorn and sang along to their favorite Beatles hits — “Revolution” and “Help” for David — while Téa preferred a performance by solo ballerina Charlotte O’Dowd to “While My Guitar Gently Weeps.”

Afterward, the family of four offered up a standing ovation and mingled with cast members backstage.

Snezana Dorbrijevic

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UggaMugga.com on

I really admire couples who have a healthy divorce…especially when children are involved. I wish this family the best!

Mimi on

They reconciled. I am happy for them.

kpb on

I actually read on People that they got back together! Great for them.

mmh on

Their kids are such a good mix of both of them!! Adorable!

CTBmom on

How funny to see this pic! I am temporarily relocating to Las Vegas because my little boy is going to be performing in the new Cirque show about Elvis, and he is going to be tutored with the boys that are in this show. I am hoping to take him to see the Love show shortly after we get out there.

momta2 on

Yes, they reconciled some time ago. They seem to be a great couple.

RosebudMommy on

Good for them for doing whatever is right for their family.

Love is an awesome show and okay for families to see. We saw it during my birthday trip in May, and I would love to see it again!

Lynn on

I’m thrilled they’ve reconciled. That doesn’t seem to happen very often in Hollywood, and I’m happy.

Ashley on

Haven’t seen this family in awhile! I love seeing them! Kyd and Madelaine do look like a good mix between both parents…David looks like “Get me outta here…” LoL jk

meghan on

Nice to see a couple actually do the hard work that comes with marriage. Glad to see happier days ahead.

bungalowbliss on

I’m glad to see them out and about. I really like this family…they’ve always seemed so normal, and their struggles only reinforced that. Beautiful kiddos, too!

eva on

Lucky kids!they get to see Cirque du soleil backstage.I love that kind of performances!Miller and West look happy.

Mia on

Yeah, I was also about to add-they reconciled, so I don’t know why it says in the post “they separated in October”. The kids are cute, and definitely a combination of both parents!

michelle on

Love was by far the best part of my Vegas trip last year. I would definitely like to go see it again.

I am happy that David and Tea are working on their marriage.

nona on

Stage makeup… wow!

I definitely love “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” the best out of those three songs. :) Téa has good taste.

Lola Marie on

They are back together. And I am so glad that they choose to work on their marriage rather than just giving up. He had a sex addiction and they are proof that anything can be salvaged with hard work and dedication to each other!

Jeanne on

They never officially announced that they were back together, hence the confusion about their status. By all appearences they are though. Good for them!

Erin on

I’ve always thought they seemed perfect together…glad to see they’re working on it!

Kat_momof3 on

this is a great example not only of being honest with your kids about what is going on with your relationship, but also of what it really means when people separate and say they will work on their marriage during that time… it doesn’t just mean living apart and seeing how you feel… it means therapy, spending time together with and without the kids, and really trying to get back to that place you want to get back to.

I have no doubt that this couple will make it, because they have had a strong relationship from the get go and they are really working hard… and you can tell they are not only doing that, but also making progress just by the body language

Carly on

Aww, so nice to see they got back together. They seem to be having fun.

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