Sylvester Stallone seems conflicted about his split from his longtime wife, Jennifer Flavin.
Days after the “Rocky” star covered up a second tattoo dedicated to his estranged spouse, he posted lovey-dovey photos of the former couple on Instagram.
“Wonderful…” Stallone captioned the two-slide carousel Monday, which began with an image of the pair’s backs that showed them holding hands and walking along a green pasture.
The second picture was a family photo featuring the exes and their three daughters — Sophia, 26, Sistine, 24, and Scarlet, 20 — that was taken when the girls were much younger.
Flavin, 54, “blindsided” Stallone, 76, when she filed for divorce in August after 25 years of marriage.
Following reports that a dramatic fight over a dog named Dwight led to the demise of their union, the actor insisted that he and Flavin “did not end the relationship on such a trivial argument.”
However, he admitted that they disagreed on “how to care for the dog.”
In her Aug. 19 divorce petition, Flavin described their marriage as “irretrievably broken” and accused the “Rambo” star of “engag[ing] in the intentional dissipation, depletion and/or waste of marital assets” — a claim a source later told Page Six was both “ridiculous” and “a pure lie.”
“Sly hasn’t sold as much as a T-shirt!” our insider insisted.
In his response, Stallone denied the allegations but agreed that the marriage was “irretrievably broken.”
“I love my family. We are amicably and privately addressing these personal issues,” he told Page Six.
The Golden Globe winner covered his first Flavin-themed tattoo four days after she filed her petition, although his publicist insisted the cover-up of her face on his right shoulder was simply the result of a retouch gone wrong.
Stallone and Flavin married in May 1997, nearly 10 years after they met at a restaurant.