Diego Luna and Camila Sodi are the Most Supportive Exes in Life

Diego Luna & Ex-Wife Camila Sodi May Be the Most Supportive Couple Ever
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And the award for friendliest exes in Hollywood goes to Diego Luna and Camila Sodi! The former couple showed their love for one another this week at the Rogue One A Star Wars Story premiere.

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Luna’s ex-wife, Sodi, attended the premiere, right alongside her former hubby and their two children. The adorable family, which included son Jerónimo and daughter Fiona, was photographed on the carpet, looking happy as ever. In fact, they put on such a good front that many even forget they ever split up.

Luna first married Thalia's niece back in 2008, after meeting on the set of The Night Buffalo. The couple had their first child later that year, and their second in 2010. The two Mexican actors called in quits in 2013, for reasons undisclosed. In January of this year, the two reportedly reunited publicly at various events in Mexico, which honored Luna and his father. E! News reports that many asked if they were back together, but the 36-year-old actor simply smiled and responded he was happy to have their children there with them, as well.

Aside from being photographed together at the movie premiere, Sodi had previously posted numerous Instagrams, showing her love for Luna’s recent success. She shared moments from a Rogue One event, noting that she was “crying of emotion and pride” for her ex-husband. She even shared sweet moments of him with their two children, always referring to them as her family.

Earlier this month, we chatted with the Rogue One star about his character, which he said he’s been waiting for since the age of 6. “I’ve always wanted to be a part of the Star Wars world; the films were very important to me. All my older cousins were huge fans, and I wanted to belong to that community,” he explained. And luckily, the actor got to keep his accent as is in the film — a point which was so important representing Latinos in the film. “We are in a much better place. Our roles are more complex, and we have the chance to choose,” he said, on Latinos development in movies. “I think as filmmakers, as actors, you have to generate enough of the work you think you should be doing.”

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Luckily, Luna will have his entire family by his side to do so.