David Duchovny has been spending time recently with a woman 33 years his junior after meeting her at a juicery, according to a tabloid report.
The 57-year-old actor was spotted around Vancouver, Canada recently with 24-year-old Monique Pendleberry, sources told The National Enquirer in its November 6 issue.'They were on their way into a restaurant-bar. I passed the bar about three or four times and I saw no one else,' the source told the Enquirer Pendleberry's uncle Dirk Drew told the tabloid that she's introduced Duchovny to her family, but also insisted they were 'just friends'.
They may have left paradise together, but things definitely changed after this “awww-filled” moment: Now that they put on clothes, it seems David has had a change of heart.
In this exclusive interview with VH1, David tells us about his current relationship with Natalie, even though things didn’t work out “that” way. David: It’s by far the most unique thing I’ve ever done in my life.
Duchovny and Leoni have an 18-year-old daughter Madelaine and a 15-year-old son Kyd together.
The Red Shoe Diaries host in May 2015 released his debut album Hell Or Highwater.
Duchovny and Leoni married in May 1997 and he checked himself into a rehabilitation center in August 2008 for treatment of sex addiction several months after they separated.
They reconciled but split again in June 2011 and their divorce was finalized in June 2014.
I like to think that I’m even more attainable and social outside of Bora Bora than I was even in Bora Bora. There’s a whole bunch of “hypotheticals” that I wish maybe I would’ve done differently. I really do think as far as things go, I was very very fortunate to meet some wonderful women. I guess all of that was to say that I’m a big chicken. And I feel like it was there was a certain point in time for me where it became so important for me to always be a part of her life. Final question, the people want to know, when you got back to the states, what was the first thing you ate? I was like in pretty good shape out there and then I got back. I’ll tell you, watching myself on there, I was working out pretty consistent.
I think that was important to me because sometimes it was difficult for people to get an exact feel for what your personality is in that setting and I’m somebody that loves people. If we didn’t get along romantically, I truly can’t think of anybody that I have anything negatively to say about us as individuals. After looking back at the episodes, were you surprised how Michelle was acting? You’re always surprised how everybody is, but there’s limited information. That’s a difficult question right now just because I look at dating differently now. You look on the outside and think, “I’m going to Bora Bora, I’m gonna be naked with 20 something women,” right? And in a lot of ways it can be, but in a lot of ways it really is not, because you gotta manage emotions. You have to really go to try to better yourself as a person, which I really wanted to purpose myself to do, then you also have to take a look at where you may not have been good at dating before. So if it doesn’t work out with that person, you lose each other most times. For example, her brother passed away, and I can genuinely be there for her, and genuinely be empathetic, and genuinely want the best and if it doesn’t work out and something happens in that regard, I can’t even be there for her really. When I got to LA and I had a big greasy ass burger with fries. I’m not in terrible shape, but man, I was getting pretty good by the end of the season.
So I was very fortunate to be a part of a great cast. This is the thing: There was such a condensed amount of time to get to know people and the setting is so different than normal, so you always wonder, “Did I make the right decision here? You have to think that y’all see an hour for a week or so of what really happened. I’m 31, so being in this place, ideally the next person I’m in an exclusive relationship with will be my wife. ” I think that’s something that we’ve always been a balance that’s impossible to figure out because of how we handle our relationship. I think what we have allowed happened in our relationship is the fear of losing each other and the desire not to lose each other has superseded the desire to see if we can make something romantic work.