Steve Burton Says He and Pregnant Wife, Sheree Burton, Are Separated

Steve Burton Says He and Pregnant Wife, Sheree Burton, Are Separated

After 23 years of marriage, Steve Burton and Sheree Burton have split. The 47-year-old fitness guru and the former General Hospital actor, who has an Instagram Story, announced their split on Wednesday. 

What Happened Between Steve Burton And Sheree Burton’s Relationship?

There’s nothing they can do for the youngster, and they are still co-parenting their three adorable children. At this time, they appreciate your respect for our need for privacy. 

Following their meeting on the set of General Hospital, the actor and his wife Sheree tied the knot in 1999. Steve and Sheree, who have three children together — 18-year-old Makena and 7-year-old Brooklyn — and 16-year-old Jack, have been separated for an undisclosed amount of time.

Steve Burton Says He and Pregnant Wife, Sheree Burton, Are Separated

Despite their split, Sheree has not made any public comments about it. It was recently revealed that she is pregnant when she uploaded a picture of herself embracing her baby belly on Instagram Story. She captioned the revelation, “Life truly is full of surprises!”

PEOPLE’s request for a response from Sheree’s representatives was not immediately returned. About six months ago, Steve was fired from General Hospital for failing to get the coronavirus vaccination required by the program.

In November, an announcement was made on his Instagram page that he was stepping down from the ABC serial drama. PEOPLE reported that Burton finished filming the show’s last episode in October.

“Rumors and suspicions concerning my relationship with General Hospital have been flying about for now. They didn’t want you to hear it from anybody else, so they spoke to you directly, “he says in the video. Your medical and religious exemption requests were both refused, which was disappointing.”

Because of this, they don’t believe anybody should lose their job. You know, and you know how much they cherish the time at General Hospital.”

That would be a privilege, they sure “At the end of his speech, he alluded to the persona he played since 1991.

After claiming to have been exposed to the virus “at work,” Steve had already tested positive for COVID-19 in August. However, he did not clarify whether he was referring to the General Hospital set.

He left General Hospital at a time when the show’s vaccination policy, which applies to all performers and staff members who aren’t wearing masks, has been in effect since Nov. 1.

The part of Harris Michaels on Days of Our Lives, which he initially played in 1988, will be returning to Steve’s resume soon. In the second season of the Peacock spinoff Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem, he’ll feature, according to Soap Central.

Her life’s “mistakes” have been on her mind as she sees them lately. In January, she wrote a caption on a picture. Be true to yourself.  Be kind and take the high road, even if others harm you. Don’t be scared to attempt new things or make mistakes. Embrace your failures since you’ll inevitably make them. When you believe in yourself, you can do everything you set your mind to. Live your life to the fullest and show your love to everyone you meet.”

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