After More than Two Decades of Marriage, Steve and Sheree Burton Are Divorcing.

After more than 20 years of marriage, Steve Burton and his estranged spouse Sheree Burton have decided to divorce.

Steve, 52, filed for divorce on Monday, according to a spokesperson for the Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem actor.

Steve identified March 1 as the formal date of separation in documents acquired by TMZ, which broke the news first. He also cited “irreconcilable differences” as the basis for the divorce.

The lawsuit was filed two months after Steve startled his followers by admitting that he and his 47-year-old fitness professional wife, who is currently expecting a child, were no longer together.

The former General Hospital actress clarified in an Instagram Story in May that “Sheree and I are separated” and added, “I wanted to clear something up.”

He kept going, “She recently disclosed the news of her fourth pregnancy. It’s not my kid, though. Our three lovely children are still co-parented by us. We would appreciate some privacy right now. Steve, I love you.”

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Following their encounter on the General Hospital set, the actor and Sheree got married. Together, they have a son named Jack, 16, and two daughters named Makena, 18, and Brooklyn, 7.

According to a General Hospital fan blog, Sheree recently made her pregnancy known by sharing a side profile picture of herself cuddling her baby bump on Instagram Story.

The revelation was captioned, “Life truly is full of surprises.”

Steve made his announcement almost six months to the day after General Hospital fired him for failing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as required by the program.

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The General Hospital vaccination requirement, which was in effect at the time of his departure and applies to all cast members and crew members who were present on set when the actors aren’t wearing masks, had been in effect since Nov. 1.

Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, a Days of Our Lives spinoff created by Peacock, is presently airing its second season. He is resuming the character of Harris Michaels, which he initially played on Days of Our Lives in 1988.

On Peacock Monday, Chapter 2 of Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem debuted. On July 15, the everyday new episode will be released.

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