Valerie Bertinelli is asking it quits on her second marriage, as she has reportedly filed for legal separation from her husband, Tom Vitale.

The Food Network star, 61, filed courtroom paperwork in Los Angeles on Wednesday, formally asking {that a} decide put an finish to their marriage, which practically lasted a decade.

Bertinelli and Vitale tied the knot on New Year’s Day in 2011. However, the sparks appeared to have fizzled, as she listed “irreconcilable differences” as the explanation for the break up, in accordance with TMZ.

Per the gossip outlet, Bertinelli requested the courtroom that neither of them obtain spousal help transferring ahead because the former pair had a prenuptial settlement in place to tie up any free ends pertaining to how their belongings is likely to be divvied up. They don’t share any youngsters collectively. 

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Valerie Bertinelli has reportedly filed for legal separation from Tom Vitale.
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Vitale was Bertinelli’s second husband.

She was beforehand married to Eddie Van Halen from 1981 to 2007. She and the late rock star welcomed one youngster, Wolfgang, now 30, who famously performed bass in his father’s band.

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Van Halen died in October 2020 following a battle with most cancers. He was 65.

At the time of his dying, Bertinelli vowed in a tribute to see Van Halen once more “in our next life my love.”

Valerie Bertinelli and Eddie Van Halen at the Chasen's Restaurant in Beverly Hills, California.

Valerie Bertinelli and Eddie Van Halen on the Chasen’s Restaurant in Beverly Hills, California.
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“40 years ago my life changed forever when I met you,” she wrote partly. “You gave me the one true light in my life, our son, Wolfgang.”

“I miss the f—- out of him,” he continued. “I can’t believe he’s not here anymore. Still doesn’t feel real. I’m doing my best, Pop.”

A rep for Bertinelli didn’t instantly reply to Fox News Digital’s request for remark.