Maria Shriver hasn't changed her mind since filing for divorce from Arnold Schwarzenegger in July 2011.

Despite a New York Post report claiming the estranged couple is planning to get back together, an insider tells Us Weekly Shriver and Schwarzenegger "are not reconciling and not in counseling."

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Their split remains amicable, as "they are being parents together. The couple's four "beautiful" children include Katherine, 22, Christina, 20, Patrick, 18, and Christopher, 14.

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Explains the insider: "They will continue to be seen together because of their family but they are not reconciling."

Shriver, 56, decided to end her 25-year-marriage after Schwarzenegger, 64, admitted to fathering a child more than 10 years earlier with housekeeper Mildred Baena.

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"There are no excuses and I take full responsibility for the hurt I have caused," Schwarzenegger said at the time. "I have apologized to Maria, my children and my family. I am truly sorry."

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