Brandi Glanville: When LeAnn Rimes Has Her Own Kids, We'll Live in Peace

Celebrity News Feb. 13, 2013 AT 11:30AM
Brandi Glanville, LeAnn Rimes Brandi Glanville, LeAnn Rimes Credit: Alexandra Wyman/Getty Images for Gilt; Jesse Grant/WireImage.com

Brandi Glanville hasn't given up hope that she can successfully co-parent her two young sons with Eddie Cibrian. The exes, who split in 2010 in light of the actor's affair with LeAnn Rimes, have been engaged in a public war of words ever since. Speaking to Access Hollywood on Tuesday, Feb. 12, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star explained that she's ready to move forward with her life.

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"I'm ready to put it behind me," the Drinking & Tweeting: and Other Brandi Blunders author said. "This is my final chapter. This is me closing to door on our public fight. I want it out of the media. I'll just deal with it as best I can with them."

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The 40-year-old model added, "We don't have the best communication or relationship right now but, I'm hoping we can change that."

Glanville knows it won't be easy to find common ground with Cibrian, 39, and Rimes, 30, with whom she shares custody of Jake, 5, and Mason, 9. "I don't think we'll be friends, but I hope we can coexist peacefully," she said of the country music superstar. "Once she has a child of her own, I think she will understand boundaries and what's respectful to do and how to handle things a little better." (One of Glanville's frequent complaints is Rimes calling her sons "my boys"  on Twitter.)

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The Bravo reality star admitted it's still difficult sharing custody of her boys. "They're my children. I know what's going on only 50 percent of the time that they're with them," she explained. "My children are my life. They come first."

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Despite their differences, Glanville does believe Cibrian has their children's best interests at heart. "I don't want anything bad to happen to him because he's the father of my children. I want him to work and flourish and I want him to stay with LeAnn forever," she said. "I don't want my kids to go through another divorce or breakup and I want to make sure she's stable and happy."

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