Kevin Costner shared his thoughts on his ongoing divorce from Christine Baumgartner.
Kevin Costner spoke to Access about the emotional toll of their contentious child support battle, saying, "This is a horrible place to be but this is where we're at.
It feels so bad, we're talking about somebody I love on the other side. I just can't."
Costner further revealed that he still holds love for his ex-wife Christine and expressed hope that a resolution could be reached swiftly, acknowledging the challenges of the situation.
During his testimony in the divorce hearing, Costner exhibited a range of emotions, at times chuckling and engaging in heated exchanges with his ex-wife's lawyer.
He disclosed his intention to potentially go to court over the popular series Yellowstone as part of the discussions regarding his income and property division.
When questioned about the value of a single property in comparison to his five-lot compound, Costner remarked, "I only live in one of the properties, so I believe they're comparable. I don't think they're equal."
Donning black-framed glasses, he responded to attorney John Rydell's inquiry about swapping homes with his ex-wife, Christine Baumgartner, with a hearty laugh and a witty comment: "This is tricky!"
He explained that he wouldn't exchange homes, not because he didn't consider them comparable, but because he had raised his three children in his current home, a place with deep sentimental value.
With a smile, Costner added, "There are some features of Baumgartner's new house that I'd like to have in mine," offering a lighter moment during the courtroom proceedings.