These two are moving faster than a triple axel! After attorney Victor Voronov assured Us Weekly on April 16 that his divorce from figure skater Johnny Weir was "100 percent still happening," the pair have miraculously reconciled.
The skater and fashion correspondent, 29, took to his Twitter to announce the news (as he did when he announced their split on March 19).
"My husband and I have reconciled," he tweeted on Tuesday, May 6. "Please respect our privacy and integrity at this time."
Weir, who traveled to Sochi, Russia earlier this year to offer commentary on the 2014 Winter Olympics, added, "Love is dangerous. Love is safe. Love is ugly. Love is beautiful. To love hard, is the greatest gift, even with all its flaws. Keep shining."
Since announcing their split in March, Weir has appeared on Access Hollywood where he talked about the physical and tumultuous nature of his relationship with Voronov.
"It wasn't often, but...we're boys, boys fight, boys wrestle boys," he told host Billy Bush. "It was usually good humored wrestling, but a few times, of course, it did get physical and...some of my closest friends have seen him hit me before."
Voronov spoke to Us last month about the split, blaming the skater's mother for their issues.
"Johnny's meddling mother [Pamela] was definitely the source of the breakdown of our marriage," he told Us.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Johnny Weir Reconciles With Husband Victor Voronov: "Love Is Beautiful"