Jennifer Esposito, 50, was seen with her handsome second husband, 46-year-old Danish fitness trainer Jesper Vesterstrøm, in the Bahamas this weekend.
Oddly, he looks a lot like her first husband, 48-year-old Bradley Cooper, whom she was wed to from 2006 until 2007.
The power couple were at the Atlantis Paradise Island Bahamas 25th Anniversary party at Bal de Royale at Atlantis Paradise Island.
They were arm in arm before joining Chef White in the dining room designed by award-winning design studio Jeffrey Beers International.
Vesterstrøm is a Danish-based certified fitness trainer whom wed Jennifer three years ago.
He is also a NLP coach, and windsurf instructor. He gained initial fame through his windsurf career.
His wife is best known for her roles in several films and TV series, such as Crash, Don’t Say a Word and Blue Bloods.
Jennifer and Bradley had a very quiet romance.
They were caught kissing at the InStyle and Warner Bros’ Golden Globes party in January 2006.
When asked if they were an item, Esposito reportedly told People, ‘I’m not answering that.’
In October 2006, the actors’ reps confirmed their engagement to People. But they did not share where or when the engagement happened.
Their wedding took place in France, but they tried to keep it as quiet as they could.
Just four months after they wed, People confirmed Cooper and Esposito split. Esposito filed for divorce in May 2007, as first reported by TMZ.
‘Jennifer Esposito has filed for divorce,’ the actress’s rep told the outlet. ‘She asks that you respect her privacy at this time.’
Cooper’s rep called the breakup ‘mutual.’
According to divorce papers, Cooper and Esposito had been separated since April 5, 2007.
‘It is what it should be,’ Esposito told People that August. ‘You have to move on. That’s what life is about — taking a situation, making the best of it, and moving on.’
In 2011, Cooper told Howard Stern that ‘it was just something that happened,’ according to CBS News.
‘The good thing is, we both realized it … Sometimes you just realize it,’ he said, adding that the relationship ‘just wasn’t right.’
In 2008, he told Elle: ‘Well, I got married. I have no problem talking about [that], but I have to respect the counterpart … I don’t regret it.’
He added they were not friends but they could be ‘someday.’
Esposito said in her 2014 memoir Jennifer’s Way, she said, ‘I should have noticed the red flags from the beginning — actually, they were more like an entire marching band squad of red flags — but I ignored them because, honestly, I didn’t think the relationship was really going to go anywhere.’
She continued, ‘He was funny, smart, cocky, arrogant, and a master manipulator. I didn’t necessarily find him that attractive, but I figured that I could enjoy his sense of humor and nonsense for a while.’
‘Within days, my relationship hit an all-time low, and within a week, it was over,’ she wrote. ‘Abruptly, rudely, and with the exact callousness that I’d come to expect from him, but this time, I did nothing but agree to end it.’
In 2019, she laughed at a comment about how Bradley had slept with his A Star Is Born costar Lady Gaga after a social media post. All she wrote was, ‘Ha.’